Dieppe – Lest We Forget


4,963 Canadians embarked on Operation Jubilee, only 2,210 returned to England.
There were 3,367 casualties including 916 Killed in Action.
1,946 Canadians were taken as Prisoners Of War

Puys, France (2017) The landing beach assigned to the Royal Regiment of Canada

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  1. I had the honour to serve with the Essex & Kent Scottish as their Regular Support Officer in the 1980s. One year, I attended a reunion of the Essex Scottish who had fought at Dieppe and later after D-Day. It was notable that there were two separate regiments that emerged — those who became prisoners, and those who joined after Dieppe and fought in Northwest Europe. They rarely spoke to each other. The demons of war last for a long time.

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