CCCLIV and CCCLV Brigades of the Royal Field Artillery (73rd Divisional artillery)

Published history

There is no published history of the division or its artillery units.

CCCLIV

  • The brigade began to form and come under command of 73rd Division by 20 November 1916. It remained under the divisional command until broken up on 25 February 1918.
  • “A” Battery was formed from personnel who had been with the 9th Provisional Brigade RFA, a home service only Territorial unit based at Minster in Kent. It was renamed as 1121 Battery RFA on 1 January 1917.
  • “B” and “C” Batteries were formed from personnel transferred from other home service divisions. They were not renamed at any time.

CCCLV

  • The brigade began to form and come under command of 73rd Division by 20 November 1916. It remained under the divisional command until broken up on 25 February 1918. It was made up of “A”, “B” and “C” Batteries, all formed from personnel transferred from other home service divisions.

Links

The Batteries and Brigades of the Royal Field Artillery

73rd Division