48th (South Midland) Division - World War I Formation

World War I Formation

143rd Brigade (Warwickshire)

144th Brigade (Gloucester and Worcester)
  • 1/4th (City of Bristol) Battalion, The Gloucestershire Regiment
  • 1/6th Battalion, The Gloucestershire Regiment
  • 1/7th Battalion, The Worcestershire Regiment
  • 1/8th Battalion, The Worcestershire Regiment (until September 1918)
  • 144th Machine Gun Company formed (23 January 1916, moved to 48th Bn, MGC 22 March 1918)
  • 144th Trench Mortar Battery (formed 14 June 1916)

145th Brigade (South Midland)
  • 1/5th Battalion, The Gloucestershire Regiment (until September 1918)
  • 1/4th Battalion, The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
  • 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion, The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
  • 1/4th Battalion, Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Royal Berkshire Regiment)
  • 145th Machine Gun Company (formed 11 January 1916, moved to 48th Bn MGC 22 March 1918)
  • 145th Trench Mortar Battery (formed 14 June 1916)

Divisional Troops
  • 1/5th (Cinque Ports) (Pioneers) Battalion, The Royal Sussex Regiment
  • 251st Machine Gun Company (joined 16 Nov 1917, moved to 48th Bn MGC 22 March 1918)
  • 48th Battalion, Machine Gun Corps (formed 22 March 1918)

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