Canada. Canadian Army. Headquarters

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Canada. Canadian Army. Headquarters

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fl.1939-1964

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Before the establishment of Canadian Forces Headquarters on 1 August 1964, control of the Canadian Army was exercised by Army Headquarters (AHQ) through five Commands. The Commands, along with their designated areas, were as follows: Eastern Command (Atlantic Provinces); Quebec Command (Quebec); Central Command (Ontario); Prairie Command (Manitoba and Saskatchewan); and Western Command (Alberta and British Columbia).

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  • English

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