8th Armoured Division (United Kingdom) - Component Units - Support Units

Support Units

8th Support Group
  • 14th The Sherwood Foresters
  • 2nd The Derbyshire Yeomanry
  • 5th Regiment, Royal Horse Artillery
  • 11th (HAC) Regiment, Royal Horse Artillery
  • 104th (Essex Yeomanry) Regiment, Royal Horse Artillery
  • 146th (Pembroke and Cardiganshire) Field Regiment, Royal Artillery

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