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London Regiment

The London Regiment was unusual. Not only were all of its battalions of the Territorial Force (although the first four were affiliated to the other City of London regiment, the all-regular Royal Fusiliers) but each…


Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)

Also known as the City of London Regiment, the Royal Fusiliers raised no fewer than 47 battalions for service in the Great War. This makes it the fifth largest after the London Regiment, Northumberland Fusiliers,…


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58th (2/1st London) Division

The history of 58th (2/1st London) Division On 31 August 1914 the War Office issued instructions for all units of the Territorial Force to form a reserve unit. The men who had agreed to serve…


56th (1st London) Division

The history of 56th (1st London) Division The London Division was a formation of the Territorial Force. It was formed as a result of the reforms of the army carried out in 1908 under the…


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47th (2nd London) Division

The history of 47th (2nd London) Division The 2nd London Division* was a formation of the Territorial Force. It was formed as a result of the reforms of the army carried out in 1908 under…


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60th (2/2nd London) Division

The history of 60th (2/2nd London) Division On 31 August 1914 the War Office issued instructions for all units of the Territorial Force to form a reserve unit. The men who had agreed to serve…


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3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters)

The regiment was formed on the creation of the Territorial Force in April 1908 and placed under orders of the London Mounted Brigade. It was based at Henry Street in St John’s Wood. Its Volunteer…



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City of London Yeomanry (Rough Riders)

The regiment was formed on the creation of the Territorial Force in April 1908 and placed under orders of the London Mounted Brigade. It was based at 39 Finsbury Square. Its Volunteer Force predecessor had…


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2nd County of London Yeomanry (Westminster Dragoons)

The regiment was formed on the creation of the Territorial Force in April 1908 and placed under orders of the London Mounted Brigade. It was based at the Duke of York’s Headquarters in Elverton Street,…