also known as the Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Hussars
The regiment was formed on the creation of the Territorial Force in April 1908. It was headquartered in York, with the squadrons being headquartered as shown below and under command of the Yorkshire Mounted Brigade.
A Sqn: Leeds (with a drill station at Ilkley)
B Sqn: York (Bedale, Thirsk, Helmsley and Malton)
C Sqn: Knaresborough (Harrogate, Bradford, Easingwold and Ripon)
D Sqn: Middlesbrough (Scarborough).
1/1st Yorkshire Hussars
2/1st Yorkshire Hussars
3/1st Yorkshire Hussars
In the 1917 renumbering of the Territorials, the Yorkshire Hussars issued numbers from the block 330001-3350000. Corps of Hussars.
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