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wi CANADA’S REPRESENTATIVES IN THE MILITARY PROCESSION THROUGH LONDON : THE CANADIAN CONTINGENT IN THE MALL APPROACHING THE ROYAL PAVILION.
ir i AUSTRALIA’S REPRESENTATIVES IN THE VICTORY MARCH: THE AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT NEAR THE QUEEN VICTORIA MEMORIAL, WITH THEIR BAND PLAYING. i
” ‘P!~c~ll~i } SOUTH AFRICA’S REPRESENTATIVES IN THE VICTORY MARCH: THE SOUTH AFRICAN CONTINGENT ;INCLUDING SEVERAL KILTED MEN) WITH THEIR DETACHMENT OF NURSES.
The Dominions were represented in the Victory march through London by Contingents of the Canadian, Australian, New Zealand, and South African Forces. They were accom panied by detachments of their Nursing Services, and the Australians, who marched first, were preceded by their band. It had been feared that the Canadian Army, owing to its
rapid demobilisation, would not be able to figure in the procession, but fortunately it was found possible, after all, to send a representative body of men to join in the march. Needless to say, all the Overseas troops received the heartiest of welcomes from the crowds all along the route,