4th Canadian Armoured Brigade
|4th Canadian Armoured Brigade|
4th Canadian (Armoured) Division Formation Patch.
As of 1942 the 4th Canadian Armoured Brigade comprised:
- 21st Armoured Regiment (The Governor General's Foot Guards)
- 22nd Armoured Regiment (The Canadian Grenadier Guards)
- 28th Armoured Regiment (The British Columbia Regiment)
- 1st Battalion, The Lake Superior Regiment (Motor)
And their supporting units, including:
Arriving in Normandy in July 1944, the brigade saw service in the battles that took the Canadians from Caen to Falaise. Unlike their peers in the 2nd Canadian Armoured Brigade, the 4th almost always fought in support of its affiliated 10th Canadian Infantry Brigade.
- E. L. M. Burns (1942–1943)
- Desmond Smith (1943–1944)
- Eric Leslie Booth (1944)
- Robert Moncel (1944–1946)
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