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Brigades numbered 1 to 100

Brigade
Type
Higher formation Remarks
 
I - LXIX   See new page  
LXX New armies 15th Division from formation in September 1914
LXXI New armies 15th Division from formation in September 1914
LXXII New armies 15th Division from formation in September 1914 to January 1917, when became an Army Brigade
LXXIII (H) New armies 15th Division from formation in September 1914 until broken up in December 1916
LXXIV New armies 16th (Irish) Division to August 1915, then Guards Division to November 1918  
LXXV New armies 16th (Irish) Division to August 1915, then Guards Division to November 1918  
LXXVI New armies 16th (Irish) Division to August 1915, then Guards Division to January 1917. Left Division and became an Army Brigade.  
LXXVII (H) New armies 16th (Irish) Division to 30 July 1915, moved to Aldershot and Bordon, re-equipped. Rejoined Division in France on 22 February 1916. Left Division and became an Army Brigade 22 February 1917.  
LXXVIII New armies 17th Division
LXXVIX New armies 17th Division
LXXX New armies 17th Division
LXXXI (H) New armies 17th Division from formation in September 1914 until broken up in January 1917
LXXXII New armies 18th Division
LXXXIII New armies 18th Division
LXXXIV New armies 18th Division from formation in September 1914 until 25 January 1917, when became an Army Brigade.
LXXXV (H) New armies 18th Division from formation in September 1914 to 3 December 1916, when broken up
LXXXVI New armies 19th Division from formation in September 1914 until 23 January 1917, when became an Army Brigade
LXXXVII New armies 19th Division
LXXXVIII New armies 19th Division
LXXXIX New armies 19th Division from formation in September 1914 to 9 September 1916, when broken up
XC New armies 20th Division from formation in September 1914 to 30 August 1916, when broken up
XCI New armies 20th Division
XCII (H) New armies 20th Division from formation in September 1914 until 8 January 1917, when became an Army Brigade
XCIII New armies 20th Division
XCIV New armies 21st Division
XCV New armies 21st Division
XCVI New armies 21st Division from formation in September 1914 to January 1917, when became an Army Brigade. Book
XCVII (H) New armies 21st Division from formation in September 1914 to August 1916, when broken up.
XCVIII New armies 22nd Division
XCIX New armies 22nd Division
C New armies 22nd Division

Brigades numbered 101 to 200

Brigade
Type
Higher formation
Remarks
CI New armies 22nd Division
CII New armies 23rd Division
CIII New armies 23rd Division
CIV New armies 23rd Division from formation in September 1914 until became an Army Brigade on 25 January 1917
CV New armies 23rd Division from formation in September 1914 until broken up by 3 September 1916
CVI New armies 24th Division
CVII New armies 24th Division
CVIII New armies 24th Division from formation in September 1914 until became an Army Brigade on 25 January 1917
CIX (H) New armies 24th Division from formation in September 1914 until broken up on 3 October 1916
CX New armies 25th Division from formation in September 1914 to November 1918. Between 26 May 1918, and 4 June 1918, attached to 8th Division.
CXI New armies 25th Division from formation in September 1914 until broken up in November 1916.
CXII New armies 25th Division from formation in September 1914 to November 1918. Between 26 May 1918, and 21 June 1918, attached to 21st Division.
CXIII (H) New armies 25th Division from formation in September 1914 until became an Army Brigade, 4 February 1917. Attached to Second Army in November 1918.
CXIV New armies 26th Division
CXV New armies 26th Division
CXVI New armies 26th Division
CXVII (H) New armies 26th Division from formation in September 1914 until June 1916, when left Salonika for Egypt. Joined 74th Division 9 August 1917, and served until Armistice.
CXIX New armies 38th Division. Joined Division by April 1915. Became an Army Brigade in January 1917. Attached to Second Army. Brigade number and personnel transferred from original 30th Division, redesignating a Brigade that had been formed by batteries in Porthcawl.
CXX New armies 38th Division. Joined Division by April 1915, and broken up on 29 August 1916 Brigade number and personnel transferred from original 30th Division, redesignating a Brigade that had been formed by batteries in Porthcawl.
CXXI New armies 38th Division. Joined Division by April 1915, and remained until November 1918. Brigade number and personnel transferred from original 30th Division, redesignating a Brigade that had been formed by batteries in Porthcawl.
CXXII New armies 38th Division. Joined Division by April 1915, and remained until November 1918. Brigade number and personnel transferred from original 31st Division, redesignating a Brigade that had been formed by batteries in Porthcawl.
CXXIII New armies Raised for the original 31st Division but when this was broken up joined the artillery reserve. Joined 37th Division by 15 April 1915
CXXIV New armies Raised for the original 31st Division but when this was broken up joined the artillery reserve. Joined 37th Division by 15 April 1915
CXXV New armies Raised for the original 31st Division but when this was broken up joined the artillery reserve. Joined 37th Division by 15 April 1915
CXXVI(H) New armies Raised for the original 32nd Division but when this was broken up joined the artillery reserve. Joined 37th Division by 15 April 1915
CXXVII (H) Regular army Formed in 4th Division August 1915, and broken up May 1916. 86 Batt joined from 6th Division May 1915, and 128 from 3rd Division June 1916. On breaking up, 86 went to XIV and 128 to XXIX Brigades.
CXXVIII (H) Regular army 8th Division from formation in August 1915, and broken up May 1916. 55(H)Batt joined from XXXVII of 4th Division, and 57(H) from XLII of 1st Division.
CXXIX (H) Regular army 27th Division from formation in August 1915 Howitzer Brigade, formed of a Batt each from LIII, XCII and LXV Brigades, which became A,B and C Batts. Reorganised July 1916. B Batt went to I Brigade; C to XX Brigade; A redesignated D/CXXIX; 133 Batt joined from I, 95 from XIX and 364 from XX. 95 was broken up Dec 1916, after which 364 was renumbered 95. Confused? I am.
CXXXII New armies 11th Division from formation in in Egypt on 26 April 1916, when it was called the "Howitzer Brigade, RFA". Redesignated on 31 May 1915. Broken up 25 January 1917.
CXXXII (H) Joined 10th Division at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli in August 1915, until March 1916 when transferred to 29th Division . Originally LVII(H) Brigade, composed of A and D Batts. 460(H) joined Mar 1916. Redisgnated CXXXII(H) in Mar 1916, whereupon 460 became A Batt, A became B and D became C. Reorganised in May 1916: A moved to XVII, becoming D/XVII. B moved to CLXVI as D/CLXVI, exchanged for 371. Broken up in September 1916, the sections being used to build XV RHA and XVII into 6-gun batteries.
CXLVI Regular army 28th Division from formation in December 1914 to August 1917, when moved to Egypt. Originally 75,366 and 367 Batts. A section of 22 Batt and 118 Batt joined Feb 1915, and became 149. 367 Batt broken up Dec 1916. B Batt joined from CXXX (H) in July 1916, redesignated D/CXLVI. The latter moved to III in Aug 1917, and 366 moved to CCLXVIII of 74th Division the following month.
CXLVII Regular army 29th Division from formation in January 1915 to January 1917, when becoming an Army Brigade. Originally 10,97 and 368 Batts, joined in Feb 1915 by 460(H). The latter exchanged for 370 with XVII May 1916. 371 joined Mar 1916, exchanged with B/CXXXII, which was redesignated D Batt, in May 1916. D Batt, expanded to a 6-gun unit, transferred to XVII in January 1917. At the same time A/LXXXI joined as A Batt. In Jan 1918, C/CCCXXXII(H) joined, redesignated D Batt.
CXLVIII New armies 30th Division from formation in early 1915 to November 1918. Designated 'County Palatine'
CXLIX New armies 30th Division from formation in early 1915 to November 1918. Designated 'County Palatine'
CL New armies 30th Division from formation in early 1915 to 2 January 1917, when transferred as an Army Brigade. Designated 'County Palatine'
CLI (H) New armies 30th Division from formation in early 1915 to 26 August 1916, when broken up. Designated 'County Palatine'
CLII New armies 34th Division from formation in early 1915 to November 1918. Designated 'Nottingham'
CLIII New armies 36th Division from formation in early 1915 to November 1918. Designated 'Empire'
CLIV (H) New armies 36th Division from formation in early 1915 until broken up in late September 1916. Designated 'Empire'
CLV New armies 31st Division from formation in April-May 1915. Designated West Yorkshire. Left the Division on 2 December 1915, and joined 32nd Division New Year 1916. Left 20 January 1917 to become an Army Brigade.
CLVI New armies 33rd Division from formation in January-February 1915.
CLVII New armies 35th Division from formation in April-May 1915. Raised in Aberdeen.
CLVIII New armies 35th Division from formation in April-May 1915, but broken up by 28 February 1917. Raised in Accrington and Burnley as ahowitzer brigade, but converted to guns 2 December 1915.
CLVIX New armies 35th Division from formation in April-May 1915. Raised in Glasgow.
CLX New armies 34th Division from formation in early 1915 to November 1918. Designated 'Wearside'
CLXI New armies 31st Division from formation in April-May 1915. Designated Yorkshire. Left the Division on 2 December 1915, and joined 32nd Division New Year 1916.
CLXII New armies 33rd Division from formation in February-March 1915.
CLXIII (H) New armies 35th Division from formation in April-May 1915. Raised in West Ham as a gun brigade, but converted to howitzers 2 December 1915.
CLXIV New armies 31st Division from formation in April-May 1915. Left the Division on 2 December 1915, and joined 32nd Division New Year 1916. Broken up in September 1916. Designated "Huddersfield"
CLXV New armies 32nd Division from formation in April-May 1915. Remained in England when Division moved to France. Joined 31st Division 2 December 1915. Raised in Lytham and St Annes on Sea, designated "2nd County Palatine"
CLXVI New armies 33rd Division from formation in February-March 1915. Broken up 12 September 1916.
CLXVII (H) New armies 33rd Division from formation in February-March 1915. Broken up 12 September 1916.
CLXVIII New armies 31st Division from formation in April-May 1915. Left the Division on 2 December 1915, and joined 32nd Division New Year 1916. Designated "Rotherham"


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CLXIX New armies 32nd Division from formation in April-May 1915. Remained in England when Division moved to France. Joined 31st Division 2 December 1915. Broken up 24 January 1917. Raised in Lytham and St Annes on Sea, designated "2nd County Palatine".
CLXX New armies 32nd Division from formation in April-May 1915. Remained in England when Division moved to France. Joined 31st Division 2 December 1915. Raised in Lytham and St Annes on Sea, designated "2nd County Palatine".
CLXXI (H) New armies 32nd Division from formation in April-May 1915. Remained in England when Division moved to France. Joined 31st Division 2 December 1915. Broken up 27 August 1916. Raised in Lytham and St Annes on Sea, designated "2nd County Palatine".
CLXXII New armies 36th Division from formation in early 1915 until broken up in late January 1917. Designated 'East Ham'
CLXXII Territorial Force 2nd Line 75th Division from September 1917 to November 1918. Not to be confused with the former New Army CLXXII Brigade. Formed in England and moved to France July 1917 en-route for Egypt.
CLXXIII New armies 36th Division from formation in early 1915 to November 1918. Designated 'West Ham'
CLXXIV New armies 39th Division from formation in early 1915 to November 1918. Raised by the Thames Ironworks.
CLXXV New armies 34th Division from formation in early 1915 to 26 January 1917, when transferred as an Army Brigade. On 21 November 1917, moved to Italy, and returned to Western Front 30 Mar - 5 April 1918. Designated 'Staffordshire'
CLXXVI (H) New armies 34th Division from formation in early 1915 to 28 August 1916, when broken up. Designated 'Leicestershire'
CLXXVII New armies Formed in England and concentrated with 16th Division artillery. Joined Division in France on 22 February 1916.
CLXXVIII (H) New armies 40th Division from formation in November 1915 to November 1918. Raised in East Ham.
CLXXIX New armies 39th Division from formation in early 1915 to November 1918. Raised by the Thames Ironworks.
CLXXX New armies Formed in England and concentrated with 16th Division artillery. Joined Division in France on 22 February 1916.
CLXXXI New armies 40th Division from formation in November 1915 to November 1918. Raised in Ashton.
CLXXXII New armies Formed in England and concentrated with 16th Division artillery. Joined Division in France on 22 February 1916. Broken up 27 August 1916.
CLXXXIII (H) New armies 41st Division from formation in November 1915, until being broken up in November 1916.
CLXXXIV New armies 39th Division from formation in early 1915 to November 1918. Raised by the Thames Ironworks.
CLXXXV New armies 40th Division from formation in November 1915 until broken up in late August 1916. Raised in Tottenham.
CLXXXVI (H) New armies 39th Division from formation in early 1915 to November 1918. Raised by the Thames Ironworks.
CLXXXVII New armies 41st Division from formation in November 1915 to November 1918.
CLXXXVIII New armies 40th Division from formation in November 1915 until broken up on 1 September 1916. Raised in Nottingham.
CLXXXIX New armies 41st Division from formation in November 1915 to 8 January 1917, when transferred as an Army Brigade.
CXC New armies 41st Division from formation in November 1915 to November 1918.

Brigades numbered 201 to 300

Brigade
Type
Higher formation
Remarks
CCX Territorial Force 1st Line 42nd Division from pre-war to November 1918. Originally designated 1st East Lancs Brigade, and armed with 4 15-lbr guns. Rearmed with 18-lbrs on 29/2/1916 after withdrawal from Gallipoli. HQ and one Bty from Blackburn, one Bty each from Church and Burnley.
CCXI Territorial Force 1st Line 42nd Division from pre-war . Originally designated 2nd East Lancs Brigade, and armed with 4 15-lbr guns. Remained in Egypt and did not join rest of Division on Gallipoli. Rearmed with 18-lbrs on 29/2/1916. Renumbered CCXII on 26/12/1916, and broken up 21/2/1917.
CCXII Territorial Force 1st Line 42nd Division from pre-war to November 1918. Originally designated 3rd East Lancs Brigade, and armed with 4 15-lbr guns. Rearmed with 18-lbrs on 29/2/1916 after withdrawal from Gallipoli. Renumbered CCXI on 25/12/1916. HQ and all 3 Btys were from Bolton.
CCXIII (H) Territorial Force 1st Line 42nd Division from pre-war . Originally designated 4th East Lancs Howitzer Brigade, and armed with 4 5-inch Hows. Rearmed with 4.5-inch Hows in 1916 after withdrawal from Gallipoli. Broken up 26/12/1916.
CCXV Territorial Force 1st Line 43rd Division from pre-war to July 1916. Originally designated 1st Wessex Brigade, and armed with 4 15-lbr guns. Moved to India late 1914. Rearmed with 18-lbrs in July 1916, and moved with its Brigade Ammunition Column, to Basra, where it was then attached (October 1916) to the 3rd Indian Division. Transferred to 15th Indian Division October 1917.
CCXVI (H) Territorial Force 1st Line 43rd Division from pre-war to November 1918. Originally designated 2nd Wessex Howitzer Brigade, and armed with 4 5-inch Hows. Moved to India late 1914. Rearmed with 18-lbrs in July 1916.
CCXVII Territorial Force 1st Line 43rd Division from pre-war to November 1918. Originally designated 3rd Wessex Brigade, and armed with 4 15-lbr guns. Moved to India late 1914. Rearmed with 18-lbrs in July 1916.
CCXVIII Territorial Force 1st Line 43rd Division from pre-war to November 1918. Originally designated 4th Wessex Brigade, and armed with 4 15-lbr guns. Moved to India late 1914. Rearmed with 18-lbrs in July 1916.
CCXX Territorial Force 1st Line Home Counties Division from pre-war, when it was designated 1st Home Counties Brigade. Moved to India October 1914. Left and joined III Corps in Mersopotamia between December 1915 and July 1916. Left again October 1917; moved to Mesopotamia and joined 17th Indian Division.
CCXXI Territorial Force 1st Line Home Counties Division from pre-war, when it was designated 2nd Home Counties Brigade. Left October 1917; moved to Mesopotamia and joined 17th Indian Division.
CCXXII Territorial Force 1st Line Home Counties Division from pre-war, when it was designated 3rd Home Counties (Cinque Ports) Brigade.
CCXXIII Territorial Force 1st Line Home Counties Division from pre-war, when it was designated IV Home Counties (H) Brigade. Did not move with the Division to India, but transferred to 63rd (Royal Naval) Division 9 July 1916, only to be broken up 26 July 1916. A few days later, a new CCXXIII was formed. Formerly the CCCXVIII (H), redesignated 31 July 1916, having been designated as CCXXV for two weeks in July 1916.
CCXXV Territorial Force 1st Line A designation held by the former CCCXVIII (H) for two weeks in July 1916. Designation given to former 2nd/I Wessex Brigade, 45th Division. Broken up in April 1917.
CCXXVII Territorial Force 1st Line Designation given to former 2nd/III Wessex Brigade, 45th Division. Remained in India until after the war.
CCXXVIII Territorial Force 1st Line Designation given to former 2nd/IV Wessex Brigade, 45th Division. Broken up by April 1917.
CCXXX Territorial Force 1st Line 46th Division from pre-war to November 1918. Batteries from Boston, Grimsby and Louth. Redesignated from I North Midland Brigade on 13 May 1916.
CCXXXI Territorial Force 1st Line 46th Division from pre-war to November 1918. Redesignated from II North Midland Brigade on 13 May 1916. Batteries from Stoke-on-Trent and Leek.
CCXXXII Territorial Force 1st Line 46th Division from pre-war to January 1917. Redesignated from III North Midland Brigade on 13 May 1916. Left Division to become an Army Brigade. Batteries from Wolverhampton, West Bromwich and Stafford.
CCXXXIII (H) Territorial Force 1st Line 46th Division from pre-war to August 1916. Redesignated from IV North Midland Brigade on 13 May 1916. Brigade was broken up. Batteries from Derby.
CCXXXV Territorial Force 1st Line 47th Division from pre-war. Redesignated from V London Brigade May 1916. Batteries from Kennington and Paddington.
CCXXXVI Territorial Force 1st Line 47th Division from pre-war. Redesignated from VI London Brigade May 1916. Batteries from Brixton.
CCXXXVII Territorial Force 1st Line 47th Division from pre-war to 28 November 1916, when broken up. Redesignated from VII London Brigade May 1916. Batteries from Fulham and Shepherds Bush.
CCXXXVIII (H) Territorial Force 1st Line 47th Division from pre-war to 21 January 1917, when broken up. Redesignated from VIII (H) London Brigade May 1916.
CCXL Territorial Force 1st Line 48th Division from pre-war . Redesignated from I South Midland Brigade May 1916. Batteries from Clifton and Gloucester.
CCXLI Territorial Force 1st Line 48th Division from pre-war . Redesignated from II South Midland Brigade May 1916. Batteries from Worcester, Kidderminster and Redditch.
CCXLII Territorial Force 1st Line 48th Division from pre-war until 20 January, when transferred to Army command. Redesignated from III South Midland Brigade May 1916. Batteries from Birmingham > War Diary
CCXLIII (H) Territorial Force 1st Line 48th Division from pre-war until October 1916, when broken up. Redesignated from IV South Midland (H) Brigade May 1916. Batteries from Coventry and Rugby.
CCXLV Territorial Force 1st Line 49th Division from pre-war . Redesignated from I West Riding Brigade May 1916. Batteries from Leeds and Bramley.
CCXLVI Territorial Force 1st Line 49th Division from pre-war . Redesignated from II West Riding Brigade May 1916. Batteries from Bradford, Halifax and Heckmondwike.
CCXLVII Territorial Force 1st Line 49th Division from pre-war, broken up by 28 February 1917. Redesignated from III West Riding Brigade May 1916. Batteries from Sheffield.
CCXLVIII (H) Territorial Force 1st Line 49th Division from pre-war, broken up by 18 October 1916. Redesignated from IV West Riding Brigade May 1916. Batteries from Otley and Ilkley.
CCL Territorial Force 1st Line 50th Division from pre-war . Redesignated from I Northumbrian Brigade 16 May 1916. Batteries from Newcastle.
CCLI Territorial Force 1st Line 50th Division from pre-war . Redesignated from II Northumbrian Brigade 16 May 1916. Batteries from Hull and Scarborough.
CCLII Territorial Force 1st Line 50th Division from pre-war until broken up 20 January 1917. Redesignated from III Northumbrian Brigade 16 May 1916. Batteries from Seaham Harbour, Durham and West Hartlepools.
CCLIII (H) Territorial Force 1st Line 50th Division from pre-war until broken up 16 November 1916. Redesignated from IV Northumbrian Brigade 16 May 1916. Batteries from South Shields and Hebburn.
CCLV Territorial Force 1st Line 51st Division from pre-war . Redesignated from I Highland Brigade 15 May 1916. Batteries from Aberdeen.
CCLVI Territorial Force 1st Line 51st Division from pre-war . Redesignated from II Highland Brigade 15 May 1916. Batteries from Dundee, Arbroath and Leven.
CCLVIII (H) Territorial Force 1st Line 51st Division from pre-war until broken up by 21 August 1916. Redesignated from III Highland Brigade 15 May 1916. Batteries from Greenock and Ammunition Column from Cathcart.
CCLXI Territorial Force 1st Line Lowland Division from pre-war until transferred to 7th (Indian) Division April 1918. Redesignated from II Lowland Brigade in May 1916. Remained in Egypt when Division moved to Gallipoli. Batteries from Irvine, Kilmarnock and Kirkcudbright, with Ammunition Column from Ardrossan.
CCLXII Territorial Force 1st Line Lowland Division from pre-war until transferred to 7th (Indian) Division April 1918. Redesignated from III Lowland Brigade in May 1916. Remained in Egypt when Division moved to Gallipoli. Batteries from Glasgow.
CCLXIII Territorial Force 1st Line Lowland Division until broken up in December 1916. Moved with Division to Gallipoli. Redesignated from IV Lowland Brigade in May 1916. Batteries from Glasgow.
CCLXIII New armies Formed in Egypt on 27 September 1917. Joined 10th Division at Rafa on 11 October 1917.
CCLXIV Territorial Force 1st Line Formed up in Leicester in January 1916, moved to Egypt and joined Lowland Division there on 17 March 1916. Originally titled CCLXIII, it was redesignated CCLXIV in May 1916 but reverted again in December 1916. Redesignated XX Brigade RHA on 5 July 1917 and moved to Yeomanry Mounted Division. Formed from Hampshire, Essex and West Riding Batteries, RHA.
CCLXV (H) Territorial Force 1st Line Welsh Division from pre-war. Brigade did not move with Division to Gallipoli in 1915, but rejoined it in Egypt in February 1916. Re-armed with modern equipment in England, the Brigade moved to France in November 1915. Redesignated from I Welsh in May 1915. Broken up December 1916 and replaced with units of former CCLXVII.
CCLXVI Territorial Force 1st Line Welsh Division from pre-war. Brigade did not move with Division to Gallipoli in 1915, but rejoined it in Egypt in Februaray 1916. Re-armed with modern equipment in England, the Brigade moved to France in November 1915. Redesignated from II Welsh in May 1915. Partly broken up in December 1916 and replaced with units of former CCLXVIII.
CCLXVII Territorial Force 1st Line Welsh Division from pre-war. Brigade did not move with Division to Gallipoli in 1915, but rejoined it in Egypt in February 1916. Re-armed with modern equipment in England, the Brigade moved to France in November 1915. Redesignated from Cheshire Brigade in May 1915.
CCLXVIII (H) Territorial Force 1st Line Welsh Division from pre-war. Brigade did not move with Division to Gallipoli in 1915, but rejoined it in Egypt in February 1916. Re-armed with modern equipment in England, the Brigade moved to France in November 1915. Redesignated from IV Welsh in May 1915. Partly broken up in December 1916 and replaced with units of former CCLXVI. A new CCLXVIII was formed in Egypt in June 1917, joining 74th Division 23 July, serving until end of war.
CCLXX Territorial Force 1st Line East Anglian Division from pre-war. Brigade did not move with Division to Gallipoli in 1915, but rejoined it in Egypt in February 1916. Re-armed with modern equipment in England. Redesignated from I East Anglian in May 1915, and redesignated CCLXXII December 1916.
CCLXXI Territorial Force 1st Line East Anglian Division from pre-war. Brigade did not move with Division to Gallipoli in 1915, but rejoined it in Egypt in February 1916. Re-armed with modern equipment in England. Redesignated from II East Anglian in May 1915.
CCLXXII (H) Territorial Force 1st Line East Anglian Division from pre-war until broken up in December 1916. Brigade did not move with Division to Gallipoli in 1915, but rejoined it in Egypt in February 1916. Re-armed with modern equipment in England. Redesignated from III East Anglian in May 1915.
CCLXXIII Territorial Force 1st Line East Anglian Division from pre-war. Brigade did not move with Division to Gallipoli in 1915, but rejoined it in Egypt in February 1916. Re-armed with modern equipment in England. Redesignated from IV East Anglian in May 1915, and redesignated CCLXX December 1916.
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CCLXXX Territorial Force 1st Line I City of London Brigade, left 1st London Division and joined 36th (Ulster) Division in September 1915. Moved to France and transferred to 38th (Welsh) Division, 11 December 1915 and 16th (Irish) Division on 1 January 1916. 47th Division from 3 to 26 January 1916. Back to 16th (Irish) Division on 26 January 1916. Rejoined 56th (London) Division 25 February 1916. Redesignated 11 May 1916.
CCLXXXI Territorial Force 1st Line II London Brigade, left 1st London Division and joined 36th (Ulster) Division in September 1915. Moved to France and transferred to 38th (Welsh) Division, 11 December 1915 and IV Corps Artillery on 1 January 1916. Rejoined 56th (London) Division 25 February 1916. Redesignated 11 May 1916.
CCLXXXII Territorial Force 1st Line III London Brigade, left 1st London Division and joined 36th (Ulster) Division in September 1915. Moved to France and transferred to 38th (Welsh) Division, 11 December 1915 and IV Corps Artillery on 1 January 1916. 47th Division from 27 January 1916. Rejoined 56th (London) Division 25 February 1916. Redesignated 11 May 1916. Left 23 January 1917 to become an Army Brigade.
CCLXXXIII (H) Territorial Force 1st Line IV London Brigade, left 1st London Division and joined 36th (Ulster) Division in September 1915. Moved to France and transferred to 38th (Welsh) Division, 12 December 1915 and Dismounted Cavalry Division on 3 January 1916. 47th Division from 27 January 1916. Rejoined 56th (London) Division 26 February 1916. Redesignated 11 May 1916. Broken up 5 November 1916.
CCLXXXV Territorial Force 2nd Line 57th Division from formation in February 1915 to November 1918. Originally designated 2/1st West Lancashire Brigade.
CCLXXXVI Territorial Force 2nd Line 57th Division from formation in February 1915 to November 1918. Originally designated 2/2ndWest Lancashire Brigade.
CCLXXXVII Territorial Force 2nd Line 57th Division from formation in February 1915 to 20 February 1917, when broken up. Originally designated 2/3rd West Lancashire Brigade.
2/4th West Lancashire (Howitzer) Brigade Territorial Force 2nd Line 57th Division from formation in February 1915 to July 1916, when broken up.
CCXC Territorial Force 2nd Line 58th Division from Divisional concentration in September 1915 to November 1918. Originally designated 2/1st City of London Brigade.
CCXCI Territorial Force 2nd Line 58th Division from Divisional concentration in September 1915 to November 1918. Originally designated 2/II London Brigade.
CCXCIII Territorial Force 2nd Line 58th Division from Divisional concentration in September 1915 to February 1917, when one Battery was detached and the remainder moved to an Army Brigade. In March 1916, the 1st Glamorgan Battery, RHA and 1st Shropshire Battery, RHA (Batteries of 4 QF 18-lbr guns which left the Division to move to France on 11 February 1916) joined. Originally designated 2/III London Brigade.
2/IV London (Howitzer) Brigade Territorial Force 2nd Line 58th Division from Divisional concentration in September 1915 until broken up in July 1916.
CCXCV Territorial Force 2nd Line 59th Division from formation in February 1915 to November 1918. Originally designated 2/1st North Midland Brigade. Originally A,B and C Batts. Late May 1916 joined by 2/1st Hants RHA, which took designation D. Latter left 19 July 1916, replaced by A (H) Batt from CCXCVIII.
CCXCVI Territorial Force 2nd Line 59th Division from formation in February 1915 to November 1918. Originally designated 2/2nd North Midland Brigade. Originally A,B and C Batts. Late May 1916 joined by 2/1st Essex RHA, which took designation D. Latter left 19 July 1916, replaced by B (H) Batt from CCXCVIII.
CCXCVII Territorial Force 2nd Line 59th Division from formation in February 1915 to November 1918. Originally designated 2/3rd North Midland Brigade. Originally A,B and C Batts. Late May 1916 joined by 2/1st Glamorgan RHA, which took designation D. Latter left 19 July 1916, replaced by C (H) Batt from CCXCVIII. Broken up before proceeding to France.
CCXCVIII (H) Territorial Force 2nd Line 59th Division from formation in February 1915 to November 1918. Originally designated 2/4th North Midland Brigade. Originally A and B (H) Batts. Late May 1916 joined by 3 (H) Batt, LIX, which took designation C(H). All betteries left on 19 July 1916, being replaced by the D Batteries from the other 3 Brigades of the Division, at which time this Brigade lost its (H) distinction. Became an Army Brigade on 4 April 1917, after arriving in France.

Brigades numbered 301 to 300 and above

Brigade
Type
Higher formation
Remarks
CCC Territorial Force 2nd Line 60th Division from formation in February 1915 until broken up in August 1916. Originally designated 2/5th London Brigade.
CCCI Territorial Force 2nd Line 60th Division from formation in February 1915 until November 1918. Originally designated 2/6th London Brigade.
CCCII Territorial Force 2nd Line 60th Division from formation in February 1915 until November 1918. Originally designated 2/7th London Brigade.
CCCIII Territorial Force 2nd Line 60th Division from formation in February 1915 until November 1918. Originally designated 2/8th (H) London Brigade.
CCCV Territorial Force 2nd Line 61st Division from formation in February 1915 until broken up in September 1916. Originally designated 2/I South Midland Brigade.
CCCVI Territorial Force 2nd Line 61st Division from formation in February 1915 until November 1918. Originally designated 2/II South Midland Brigade.
CCCVII Territorial Force 2nd Line 61st Division from formation in February 1915 until November 1918. Originally designated 2/III South Midland Brigade.
CCCVIII Territorial Force 2nd Line 61st Division from formation in February 1915 until broken up in January 1917. Originally designated 2/IV South Midland Brigade.
CCCX Territorial Force 2nd Line 62nd Division from formation in February 1915 until November 1918. Originally designated 2/I West Riding Brigade.
CCCXI Territorial Force 2nd Line 62nd Division from formation in February 1915 until January 1917, when becoming an Army Brigade. Originally designated 2/II West Riding Brigade.
CCCXII Territorial Force 2nd Line 62nd Division from formation in February 1915 until November 1918. Originally designated 2/III West Riding Brigade.
CCCXIII Territorial Force 2nd Line 62nd Division from formation in February 1915 until May 1916, when broken up. Originally designated 2/IV West Riding Brigade.
CCCXV Territorial Force 2nd Line 63rd (Royal Naval) Division from July 1916, when transferred from 63rd (2nd Northumbrian) Division TF. Left to become an Army Brigade February 1917. Originally designated 2/I Northumbrian Brigade.
CCCXVI Territorial Force 2nd Line 63rd (Royal Naval) Division from July 1916, when transferred from 63rd (2nd Northumbrian) DivisionTF, until broken up in August 1916. Originally designated 2/II Northumbrian Brigade.
CCCXVII Territorial Force 2nd Line 63rd (Royal Naval) Division from July 1916, when transferred from 63rd (2nd Northumbrian) Division TF. Originally designated 2/III Northumbrian Brigade.
CCCXVIII Territorial Force 2nd Line 63rd (Royal Naval) Division from July 1916, when transferred from 63rd (2nd Northumbrian) Division TF. Originally designated 2/IVNorthumbrian Brigade. Redesignated CCXXV 19 July 1916.
CCCXX Territorial Force 2nd Line 64th (2nd Highland)
CCCXXI Territorial Force 2nd Line 64th (2nd Highland)
CCCXXI (H) Territorial Force 2nd Line 64th (2nd Highland) broken up May 1916. A new brigade numbered CCCXII joined same Division by 3 November 1916, broken up by 29 January 1917
CCCXV Territorial Force 2nd Line 65th (2nd Lowland)
CCCXVI Territorial Force 2nd Line 65th (2nd Lowland)
CCCXVII Territorial Force 2nd Line 65th (2nd Lowland)
CCCXVIII (H) Territorial Force 2nd Line 65th (2nd Lowland) broken up May 1916
CCCXXX Territorial Force 2nd Line 66th (2nd East Lancs) Division from formation in February 1915 until November 1918. Originally designated 2/I East Lancs Brigade.
CCCXXXI Territorial Force 2nd Line 66th (2nd East Lancs) Division from formation in February 1915 until November 1918. Originally designated 2/II East Lancs Brigade.
CCCXXXII Territorial Force 2nd Line 66th (2nd East Lancs) Division from formation in February 1915 until broken up in April 1917. Originally designated 2/III East Lancs Brigade.
CCCXVIII (H)
Territorial Force 1st Line
Home Counties Division from pre-war, when it was designated IV Home Counties (H) Brigade. Did not embark with the Division for India, but moved to France as 27th Divisional Ammunition Column in December 1914. Returned to England in late 1915, redesignated, and joined Royal Naval Division on 18 July 1916. Redesignated CCXXV the next day, and CCXXIII two weeks later.
CCCL formed in 71st Division 13 November 1916, disbanded 25 February 1918. Home service only.
CCCLI formed in 71st Division 13 November 1916, disbanded 25 February 1918. Home service only.
CCCLII 72nd Division from formation in November 1916, left Division 29 January 1918 and moved to Larkhill where it then remained. Home service only.
CCCLIII 72nd Division from formation in November 1916, until broken up in February 1918. Home service only.
CCCLIV 73rd Division from formation in November 1916, until broken up in February 1918. Home service only.
CCCLV 73rd Division from formation in November 1916, until broken up in February 1918. Home service only.