22nd Division (United Kingdom)
Division formation sign, a strip of black cloth on the shoulder strap.
|Engagements||World War I|
The 22nd Division was an infantry division of the British Army during World War I, raised in September 1914, from men volunteering for Lord Kitchener's New Armies. The division moved to France in September 1915, but it was transferred to Greece only one month later. It served in the Balkans Campaign for the duration of the First World War.
The 22nd Division's insignia was a solid black bar.
to be completed
- 9th (Service) Battalion, King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)
- 14th (Service) Battalion, King's (Liverpool Regiment)
- 12th (Service) Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers (until July 1918)
- 9th (Service) Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment
- 8th (Service) Battalion, South Wales Borderers (from June 1918)
- 9th (Service) Battalion, Border Regiment
- 9th (Service) Battalion, Prince of Wales's Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment)
- 8th (Service) Battalion, King's (Shropshire Light Infantry)
- 13th (Service) Battalion, Manchester Regiment (until June 1918)
- 12th (Service) Battalion, Cheshire Regiment (from February 1915)
- Chappell p. 14
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