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Medal Room, La Citadelle de Québec, Canada
Province du Quebec

This room comprises over 300 sets of medals, decorations and orders awarded to Régiment members, illustrating the missions of the Royal 22e Régiment.

The Citadel is the largest British fortress built in North America. It is an active military garrison and some of whose walls enclose 300 years of military history in Quebec City, spanning the French, British and Canadian periods.

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更新: 27/06/2014
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