1st Burma Infantry Brigade


1st Burma Infantry Brigade
1st Burma Infantry Brigade
Active 1939–1945
Country British Burma
Allegiance British Crown
Branch British Burma Army
Size Brigade
Engagements Burma Campaign
Commanders
Notable
commanders
Brigadier GAL Farwell

The 1st Burma Infantry Brigade was an Infantry formation of the British Burma Army during World War II. It was formed in July 1941, when it was converted from the Maymyo Infantry Brigade Area and assigned to the 1st Burma Infantry Division. In June 1942, it was redesignated 106th Indian Infantry Brigade and became part of the British Indian Army.[1]

Formation

These units served with the brigade.

References


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