Originally Posted by Dual-Citizen
In loving memory of my Uncle Andrew Cooke. He served with the 113th Field Artillery of the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division.
As far as I'm aware, their was NO unit called the "113th Field Artillery" in the Canadian Army during WW2. http://nigelef.tripod.com/cdnregt.htm
The Artillery units assigned to the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division, during WW2 were as follows:
3rd Canadian Infantry Division
12th Field Regiment, RCA (16th/43rd, 11th/69th Field Batteries)
13th Field Regiment, RCA (44th/62nd, 22nd/78th Field Batteries)
14th Field Regiment, RCA (32nd/34th, 66th/81st Field Batteries)
3rd Anti-Tank Regiment, RCA (4th, 94th, 52nd, 105th Anti-Tank Batteries)
If you can give us more information, we can try to determine his unit....or you can order his military records from Library and Archives Canada
Did you mean the "13th Field Regiment, RCA"?