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Bowring Park Memorial Royal Newfoundland Regiment


The New Bowring Park Memorial to the Royal Newfoundland Regiment
St. John's NL

In 2006, members of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, successors to those who wore the badge of the Caribou in World War I, returned to Europe to visit each of the five memorials along the

Trail of the Caribou.

Efforts following this pilgrimage led the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to add replica plaques from the Beaumont-Hamel Memorial in France to the Caribou in Bowring Park. - the only Caribou Memorial in Newfoundland.

These Plaques ensure the names of those men with no known graves are commemorated on their native soil.
July 2009

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Photographed and Copyrighted by Don Tate [2009]

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