108th Regiment of Foot


108th Regiment of Foot

108th Regiment of Foot may refer to:
*108th Regiment of Foot (1761), raised in 1761
*108th Regiment of Foot (1794), raised in 1794
*108th Regiment of Foot (Madras Infantry), raised by the East India Company and placed on the British establishment as the 108th Foot in 1862


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