Tunic
Tunic
Tunic
Tunic
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The Army Museum

Tunic


Accession number: UKC/81/057
Category: Main garment
Object type: Woman's
Date: 1919 – 1979
Group: Canadian
Military Unit: British Red Cross
Narrative: Worn by Laleah Almon, daughter of Colonel Almon. She was a member of the British Red Cross, drove an ambulance for over four years during WWII.
Description: Khaki wool cloth; lapeled collar; shoulder straps with one cloth pip with cross in centre, and one leather button; shoulder title "Canada" circular Red Cross patch on upper left sleeve; black patch embroidered with "British" Red Cross and white star on upper right sleeve; four red service chevrons over Motor Transport patch on lower right sleeve; two leather buttons on each cuff; two with leather buttons, on front; three leather buttons down front; two brass belt hooks at sides. Int: Khaki silk lining; Label: EATON MADE CLOTHES" one button missing from front.