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March 07, 2011

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Ltmurnau

From the close-up and the knowledge that they are Canadians, I can say that these soldiers are prbably cavalry troopers from the Royal Canadian Dragoons, a unit that still exists in the Canadian Army today:

http://regimentalrogue.com/battlehonours/bathnrimages/rcd_badge.jpg

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