1st London Infantry Brigade

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The 1st London Infantry Brigade was a 1st Line Territorial Army brigade during the Second World War.

History[edit]

As the 1st London Infantry Brigade it was part of the British 1st London Division.

On 28 November 1940 it was converted into the 167th (London) Infantry Brigade, part of the 56th (London) Infantry Division. This brigade saw extensive service in Italy.

Commanders[edit]

  • Brig. C.R. Britten
  • Brig. J.C.A. Birch
  • Brig. C.E.A. Firth
  • Brig. J. Scott-Elliott

Component Units[edit]

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