The battalion was disbanded on 15 November 1920. The service of the 260th Battalion, CEF (Siberia) resulted in Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry being awarded the battle honour “SIBERIA, 1918-1919.”
260th served with the 16th Infantry Brigade as part of the Allied Forces in eastern Russia until 9 May 1919
Battle Honour: SIBERIA, 1918-1919 29 December 1918 – 19 May 1919
260th embarked for Russia on 29 December 1918
PPCLI, entered Mons with other Canadian troops early on November 11, 1918, before the armistice took effect at 11 AM
Battle Honour: PURSUIT TO MONS
The last of the Patricias killed in action was likely Corporal Percy Wainwright Carleton on 10 November 1918.
The 260th Battalion, Canadian Rifles, CEF (Siberia) was authorized on 1 November 1918 in Victoria, B.C.
LCol Stewart, Commanding Officer of PPCLI was killed.
Battle Honour: Canal du Nord 27 September 1918 – 02 October 1918