- 61st (South Midland) Infantry Division
The 61st Infantry Division was a
Territorial Armyunit of the British Armyduring the Second World War.
The 61st Division was formed as a 2nd Line duplicate division of the 48th (South Midland) Infantry Division. On
15 April 1940part of the division (the British 146th Infantry Brigadeand 61st Division HQ) was converted into Maurice Force, a formation created for operations in Norway. Although the division was reformed it did not see active service outside the United Kingdom.
* Maj.Gen. R.J. Collins
* Maj.Gen. A. Carton De Wiart
* Maj.Gen. Sir
* Maj.Gen. C.S.O. Fullbrook-Leggatt
* Maj.Gen. J.O. Carpenter
* Maj.Gen. C.B. Wainwright
3 September 1939)"
;182nd Infantry Brigade
The Royal Warwickshire Regiment
*9th Bn. The Royal Warwickshire Regiment
The Worcestershire Regiment
;183rd Infantry Brigade
The Northamptonshire Regiment
The Gloucestershire Regiment
*10th Bn. The Worcestershire Regiment
;184th Infantry Brigade
The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
The Royal Berkshire Regiment
*2nd Buckinghamshire Bn, The Oxford and Buckinghamshire Regiment
*119th Field Regt.
*120th Field Regt.
*145th (Buckingham and Berkshire Yeomanry) Field Regt.
*63rd (Worcestershire and Oxfordshire Yeomanry)Anti-Tank Regt.
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