XXI Brigade

This was a unit of Britain's pre-war regular army. It is also sometimes shown as 21 Brigade RFA.

History

  • Comprising 101, 102 and 103 Batteries, this brigade was at Hyderabad and under command of 4th (Quetta) Division of the Indian Army, which remained in India throughout the war.
    - 103 Battery left in December 1914
    - 21 Brigade was placed under orders of the Karachi Brigade (of the same Division) from June 1917
    - 1107 (Howitzer) Battery joined in April 1917 (it was formerly C (Howitzer) Battery of 228 Brigade)
    - 101 Battery was detached for duty at Quetta in December 1917
    - 1107 (Howitzer) Battery moved to Quetta between June and December 1918
    - 101 Battery returned to the brigade in November 1918, in exchange for 102 Battery

Can't find what you are looking for? Run into a brick wall? Can't understand military documents? Benefit from the Long, Long Trail's professional service, fourteeneighteen|research.
fourteeneighteen logo

The Long, Long Trail is pleased to recommend Naval & Military Press, the home of military history books on the web.

The Long, Long Trail is pleased to recommend Battle Honours, the UK’s leading company offering battlefield tours, with the ability and experience to arrange tours for groups of all sizes.
Battle Honours logo

Visit the Long, Long Trail's bookstore: The Dugout