Volunteer Force (Great Britain) - Strength

According to the Territorial Year Book 1909, the Volunteer Force had the following strength over its existence:

Year Establishment Strength Classed as efficient
1861 211,961 161,239 140,100
1870 244,966 193,893 170,671
1880 243,546 206,537 196,938
1885 250,967 224,012 218,207
1890 260,310 21,048 212,293
1895 260,968 231,704 224,962
1899 263,416 229,854 223,921
1900 339,511 277,628 270,369
1901 342,003 288,476 281,062
1902 345,547 268,550 256,451
1903 346,171 253,281 242,104
1904 343,246 253,909 244,537
1905 341,283 249,611 241,549
1906 338,452 255,854 246,654
1907 335,849 252,791 244,212

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