Hello, I am seeking information related to French-speaking Canadian soldiers who served in Europe during WW2. My grandfather was a francaphone line officer in the Regiment De Maisoneueve, 5th Brigade, 2nd Canadian Army and I have found information on french speaking units to be extremely limited. Les Fusilers De Montreal and Le Regiment De Chaudiere all performed central roles in NW Europe while the 22nd fought in Italy. The experience of this war had a tremendous effect on the society of Quebec, which was heavily restricted by an overbearing catholic church. In the greater confines of the British Military structure, French speaking troops varied from their english counterparts by working together in order to prove themselves rather than to blindly follow orders. If anyone could help point me in in the direction of any regimental histories or sources on francophone troops, I'd be grateful. I have been able to find many of the english speaking regiments from the 5th Brigade, 2nd Canadian Army as well as that of the Chaudiere. It is my intention to collect information and write about these French speaking soldiers given their ultimate sacrifices and their poor representation in contemporary history. When these veterans returned to Canada, they initiated a velvet-revolution that brought Quebec and the rest of Canada into modernity. Cheers!