Bulger Medal War of 1812

The Fascinating Story of Andrew H Bulger  In the War of 1812-14 between Britain and the United States of America, one of the most fascinating soldier stories of that period is that of Lieutenant Bulger of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment. During the  War of 1812, Canada was not a popular  theatre of service for the […]

Thomas Nangle Photo Album

Lt. Col. Thomas Nangle, the Regiment’s unflappable padre was the driving force behind the Trail of the Caribou, five monumental caribou memorials in France and Belgium. He was also the Dominion of Newfoundland’s Director of Graves, Registration, and Enquiries. His work came to a culmination with the unveiling and dedication of the Newfoundland War memorial Park in Beaumont-Hamel. […]

Lt. Col. Arthur Hadow Medals

Lt Col Hadow was commanding officer of the 1st (later Royal) Newfoundland Regiment for two years. He was the longest serving CO of the war. He was in command of the Regiment on July 1, 1916 when the Regiment suffered more than 700 casualties of the approximate 800 who went over the top. His service […]