Palestine Brigade

Palestine Brigade may refer to:

  • Palestine Brigade RAF, a World War I Royal Air Force formation which saw action against the Ottoman Empire in Palestine
  • Jewish Brigade, a World War II British Army formation

Other articles related to "palestine brigade, brigade, palestine":

Palestine Brigade RAF - Formation and Composition
... of British aircraft in the Middle East, the Palestine Brigade was formed on 5 October 1917 ... In December 1917, command of the Palestine Brigade ceased to be held by the commander of RFC Middle East ... Brigadier-General A E Borton was appointed Brigade Commander and Salmond, who had been promoted to Major-General, was GOC RFC Middle East ...
No. 40 Wing RAF - History
40th (Army) Wing RFC was formed on 5 October 1917, under the control of the RFC's Palestine Brigade ... Another formation under the Palestine Brigade, 5th (Corps) Wing, performed air cooperation and close air support tasks ... General Allenby's final offensive in Palestine, where its units inflicted "wholesale destruction" on Turkish columns through sustained aerial assaults ...

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