Battle Honours - Second World War

Battle honours, or honorary distinctions as they used to be called, are awarded to provide public recognition and to record a combatant unit's active participation in battle against a formed and armed enemy. The battle honours in bold are authorized for emblazonment on the Regimental cap badge and drums.

NORMANDY LANDING; Putot-en-Bessin; CAEN; Carpiquet; The Orne; BOURGUÉBUS RIDGE; FALAISE; The Laison; The Seine, 1944; Calais, 1944; THE SCHELDT; Leopold Canal; Breskens Pocket; THE RHINELAND; Waal Flats; Moyland Wood; THE RHINE; Emmerich-Hoch Elten; Deventer; NORTH-WEST EUROPE, 1944-1945.