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Old 25-05-09, 01:41 AM
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Just thought I would post this Battledress, Perhaps the most attractive one I have ever seen,Not an elite unit but no doubt this man was such as a soldier. http://cgi.ebay.ca/Veterans-Guard-Ca...3A2%7C294%3A50 I have no conection with the seller other than the fact that I've dealt once with the fellow & was pleased with the results. Ray
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An interesting BD,Ray.To a service that needs a little more recognition.
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Default Lt. Col. Ronald Wallace CATTO, V.G.C.

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Just thought I would post this Battledress, Perhaps the most attractive one I have ever seen,Not an elite unit but no doubt this man was such as a soldier. http://cgi.ebay.ca/Veterans-Guard-Ca...3A2%7C294%3A50 I have no conection with the seller other than the fact that I've dealt once with the fellow & was pleased with the results. Ray
Lt. Col. Ronald Wallace CATTO, OBE, MC was born in 1893. Commissioned to Lt. Col. on 15 APR 42.
Was at Farnham, P.Q. on 19 OCT 42.
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Old 22-01-20, 07:53 PM
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Default Lt. Col. Ronald Wallace CATTO, Veterans Guard of Canada

Born 1893:

27 APR 41 - Became C.O. PoW Cam "X" (Angler, ONT.),
after 28 PoW escaped.
15 APR 42 - Became Lt. Col.

His full medal set sold on Ebay for $2,685.00
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