Light Horse Regiment
The Light Horse Regiment (LHR), formerly the Imperial Light Horse (ILH), is a reserve unit of the South African Army. The regiment is an armoured car reconnaissance unit. It is part of the South African Army Armour Formation and is based at Mount Collins in Sandton, Johannesburg.
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... The 3rd Light Horse Brigade (Australian Mounted Division) was ordered at 0820 to move to the east side of the Wadi Ghuzzee at Gamli at once, coming under orders of the 53rd (W ... By As the 9th Light Horse Regiment (3rd Light Horse Brigade) was fighting their way towards el Buqqar and Point 720, at 1135, the 8th Mounted Brigade reported by ... The 12th Light Armoured Motor Battery was ordered to support the 3rd Light Horse Brigade advance against Point 720 ...
... The 14th Light Horse Regiment was a mounted infantry or light horse unit of the Australian Army ... In 1930 it was amalgamated with the 2nd Light Horse Regiment to become the 2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry), a unit that continues to exist as part ...
... Po Valley The Battle Honours Elandslaagte and Relief of Mafeking, which the regiment had assumed, were disallowed when pre-Union battle honours were reviewed by ...
... Bourchier commanded a CMF light horse troop at Numurkah, Victoria from 1909 to 1914 ... At the outbreak of World War I he was commissioned into the 4th Light Horse Regiment and left with the first contingent of the First Australian Imperial Force ... He served with the Regiment in the Gallipoli, Egyptian, Sinai, Palestine and Syrian campaigns ...
... The 14th Light Horse Regiment has a somewhat convoluted lineage ... As a part of this amalgamation the four battalions of the QMI were reformed as light horse regiments, and the 4th Battalion became the 27th Light Horse Regiment ... most the units of the QMI were redesignated, and the 27th Light Horse Regiment became the 27th Light Horse (North Queensland Light Horse) Regiment ...
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