100 YEARS AGO TODAY: The March to the Rhine - Day 14. The first British car of the Royal Army Service Corps reaches the Hohenzollern bridge over the Rhine at Cologne while troops of the British 1st Cavalry Division reach the German Frontier near Malmedy, 1st December 1918. King George V, along with Prince Edward of Wales inspect the British Fourth Amy near Avesnes-sur-Helpe.
General Staff - 1st Canadian Division, C.E.F.
13th Battalion (Royal Highlanders of Canada)
14th Battalion (The Royal Montreal Regiment)
15th Battlion (48th Highlanders of Canada), 3rd Inf. Bde, C.E.F.
16th Battalion (Canadian Scottish), 3rd Inf. Bde, C.E.F.
5th Canadan Divisional Artillery, C.E.F.
14th Brigade C.F.A., C.E.F.
61st Field Battery, C.F.A., 5th C.D.A., C.E.F.
Lt Virtue 61st Field Battery