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46th [HIGHLAND] INFANTRY BRIGADE, 15th [SCOTTISH] INFANTRY DIVISION CAMERONIANSA fine scarce WW2 9th Cameronians [Douglas Tartan] formation combination.
Code: 53407Price: 200.00 GBP
12th INFANTRY BRIGADE, 4th INFANTRY DIVISION, 2ND BATTALION ROYAL FUSILIERS WW2 FORMATION COMBINATION.A fine scarce formation combination.
SOUTH EAST COMMAND 1st INFANTRY DIVISIONA fine scarce formation combination.
ROYAL ARMOURED CORPS FORMATION COMBINATIONA fine scarce formation combination. 11th Armoured division, Royal Tank Regiment WW2 on battle dress. Some glue residue and marks from staples. Otherwise in excellent condition.
140th LONDON INFANTRY BRIGADE, 47TH [LONDON] INFANTRY DIVISION, 17TH BATTALION ROYAL FUSILIERS.A fine scarce WW2 formation combination. Some glue marks and possible staple marks. Silk 47th formation sign, with two Infantry serrvice strips and felt Grenade.
128th INFANTRY BRIGADE, 46th INFANTRY DIVISION, 2ND BATTALION HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT
6th INDIAN DIVISION WW2 FORMATION SLIP ONA fine scarce Khaki slip on, head of a Deccan Tiger.
The 6th Infantry Division was an infantry division of the Indian Army during World War II, created on 1 March 1941 in Secunderabad. On 11 September 1941 it was shipped to the Iraq and later Iran. During 1942 and 1943 it was part of the Tenth Army. The division remained in the Middle East where it was disbanded on 15 October 1944 in Basra, Iraq. During World War II its commanders included Maj.Gen. J.N. Thomson, Major General A.W.W. Holworthy, and Maj.Gen. B.H. Chappel.
Reference Cole page 78.
4th KINGS SHROPSIRE LIGHT INFANTRY, 159th BRIGADE, 11th ARMOURED DIVISION FORMATION COMBINATION WITH CROIX DE GUERRE.A scarce formation combination. 4th King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, 159th Brigade, 11th Armoured Division WW2 cloth formation sign combination. KSLI title, Croix de Guerre ribbon, 11th Armoured formation sign, and single red felt Infantry arm of service strips all sewn to shaped khaki BD rectangle.May 1942-August 1944.
157th BRIGADE, 52nd [LOWLAND] DIVISION , 5th / 6th BATTALION HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY FORMATION COMBINATION.A fine scarce formation combination. Mackenzie tartan square patch and 52nd Lowland printed formation signs on BD.
2nd BATTALION CAMERON HIGHLANDERS, 4TH [INDIAN] DIVISION FORMATION COMBINATIONA Fine scarce Formation combination. Khaki backing bearing printed 4th Indian Infantry Division and Cameron Tartan square, with one red felt Infantry arm of service stripe.
Some glue residue to reverse.
The 2nd Battalion, which was still in Sudan at the start of the war, moved to Egypt and then Libya as part of the 11th Indian Infantry Brigade in the 2nd South African Infantry Division and following the Battle of Gazala was captured when Tobruk fell on June 1942. It was reformed in the UK in December 1942 and sent to Italy as part of the reformed 11th Indian Infantry Brigade in the 4th Indian Division in January 1944 and served in Tunisia, Italy and, at the end of the war, in Greece.
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