During World War II, "Jock columns" were small combined arms groups of armoured cars, artillery, and motorised infantry, generally drawn from the 7th Armoured Division. They were used in the North Africa campaign by the British Army's Western Desert Force to harass German and Italian forces.
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- Mead, Richard (2007). Churchill's Lions: A biographical guide to the key British generals of World War II. Stroud (UK): Spellmount. p. 544. ISBN 978-1-86227-431-0.
- Mead (2007), p. 88
- Cox (1987), p. 205
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