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Old 18-08-14, 12:57 AM
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Many thanks for the info Joe. Please keep us posted if you learn of further details regarding the French version of the new title. Cheers,

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Hi Joe, Thanks for pointing out the correct lineage for the Signals Corps. Bringing this to apply to the badges, the CCS badges were only be worn by the militia units until granted the Royal designation in 1936. And the RCCS permanent force, wore the RCCS badges starting circa 1922.
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