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AT BERNIERES-SUR-MER, THE QUEEN'S OWN RIFLES FACED INTENSE GUNFIRE AS THEY WADED TOWARDS THE SHORE.
The idea came to Hermant after talking shop with his dad, a former reservist with the Queen's Own Rifles.
He said the Queen's Own Rifles regiment has purchased a table at the dinner.
The Queen's Own Rifles, a company of the British Black Watch and a company of U.
Later we followed the route of the Highland Light Infantry and the Queen's Own Rifles who, among others, had for 16 days after these landings fought a bitter struggle against an enemy determined to fight to the death.
Next we visited the placid beaches of Bernieres-sur-Mer, observed the still menacing-looking "Tobruk" gun emplacement, and paused to pay tribute at the historic Maison du Queen's Own Rifles of Canada.
So, too, did the Canadians--the Queen's Own Rifles, the Regina Rifles, the Royal Winnipeg Rifles, the Fort Garry Tanks, and the tanks of the 1st Hussars, the North Shore Regiment, Le Regiment de la Chaudiere, and the Canadian Scottish --along six kilometres of coastline designated as Juno Beach.
Queen's Own Rifles of Canada veteran Billy Willbond (pictured above) went to Africa to lay them.