Post 1968 Canadian Military Engineer's cap badge


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You are viewing the scans of a Canadian Military Engineers Cap badge. Has its original tang style fastener, in good order. The badge itself appears to be made of enameled brass, and is in excellent condition.


Some History: Note the badge is "English only". Since these badges were the first production of the new sort of enameled badges which were proliferated during the Trudeau era of the 1970's, they were in English, as was the tradition of our army up to that point. 

It was shortly after the production of this badge that the "Bilingual" laws came out rendering this "English only" badge not "fit" for use in our "new" army, of surplus military items from the US / Vietnam war. This was what Trudeau the 1st bought for our troops in the 1970's (Paul Hellyer) and then enforced bilingualism in the Canadian Government, resulting in the great turnover of anglophone officers, and the dissolution of many of the local regiments of the old Canadian Army....

(what a verdictive toad, so hateful of the English!)

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