Worthy: The History of the RCAC delivers a comprehensive account of the formation and history of the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps, from its roots in armoured car units in the First World War to contemporary full-fledged main battle tank regiments.
Using detailed bilingual text and a wealth of historic imagery, ‘Worthy’ explores the key vehicles and figures, namely Major-General Frederic Frank Worthington, that moulded the RCAC’s identity as a branch of the Canadian Armed Forces and have made it a cornerstone of Canada’s military and peacekeeping engagements.
Available in 11 roll-up freestanding panels, ‘Worthy’ is highly portable and easy to install, making it a convenient and substantial addition to any venue wishing to exhibit the history of Canada’s armoured forces.
Languages: English, French
Rental Cost: $500 CDN per 3 month loan
Shipping Cost: Inbound, one-way
Minimum Rental Period: 4 weeks
Size: Under 1,000 sq ft / 93 sq m, with flexible layout
Security Level: Low
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Original Objects: No
For more information, please contact:
Lending Organization: The Ontario Regiment Museum
Contact Person: Sam Richardson, Assistant Curator
North Bay, ON
Apr. to Sep. 2023
City of Richmond Hill
Sep. 2024 to Dec. 2024
Contact for details.