Bertrand Langelier (Primary Source)

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"The transcription in English is not available at this time. Please refer to the transcript in French. See below for Mr. Langelier's entire testimony. Please be advised that Memory Project primary sources may deal with personal testimony that reflect the speaker’s recollections and interpretations of events. Individual testimony does not necessarily reflect the views of the Memory Project and Historica Canada.
Mr. Bertrand Langelier.
Taking a moment for resting, Mr. Langelier poses for the camera shortly after the armistice was signed in the summer of 1953.
Mr. Langelier of the 3rd Battalion Royal 22e Régiment posing with a Bren Gun in Korea in 1953.
Mr. Langelier in an Obvervation Post on the frontline, Korea, 1953.
Medals worn by Mr. Langelier. From left to right: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal; Canadian Korea Medal; Canadian Volunteer Service Medal for Korea; United Nations Service Medal for Korea.
Montage of a typical Royal 22e Régiment (Vandoos) insigna and badges during the Korean War: Regimental badge (top left); Regimental patch (top right); 25th Canadian Infantry Brigade Group patch (bottom right); 1st Commonwealth Infantry Division patch (bot

Transcript

The transcription in English is not available at this time. Please refer to the transcript in French.