Recent purchase: a Canadian made Battle Dress blouse with the insignia of a US Army veteran employed by the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, dated to ca. 1944-1946. i have found that, even if not a military corps, staff of the UNRRA, one of the main United Nations branches active during and after the war, was require to wear uniforms, both US or British Army, Photo evidences seem to attest a marked majority of British/Commonwealth uniforms, as in this case, a Canadian made blouse of the "second" pattern (hooks and loops collar closure having been replaced by a simpler tab and button). Training for the UNRRA could be undertaken both in UK, USA or in Canada. This blouse has belonged to a veteran of the United States Army, as attested by the US Army Good Conduct Medal, American Defense Service Medal, American Campaign Medal, and European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal ribbons. The previous owner was a Gunner C. R. Reeves, service number H 75224, 38 Battery. Maybe researchable?