Divisional Mounted Troops, 1st East African Division

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Divisional Mounted Troops, 1st East African Division
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Country: United Kingdom
Service: British Army
Branch: unknown
Type: Mounted
Specific type: Divisional mounted troops
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Name1: Divisional Mounted Troops, 1st East African Division
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Command structure
Relationship type: Tactical
Subordinate unit: Mounted Infantry Company, 2nd Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, British Army
Subordinate level: Company
Start date: 01/09/1915
End date: 31/07/1916
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Command structure
Relationship type: Tactical
Subordinate unit: Mounted Infantry Company, 3rd King's African Rifles
Subordinate level: Company
Start date: 01/09/1916
End date: 31/10/1916
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Command structure
Relationship type: Tactical
Subordinate unit: 1 Squadron, 17th Cavalry, Indian
Subordinate level: Company
Start date: 01/07/1915
End date: 31/12/1916
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Command structure
Relationship type: Tactical
Subordinate unit: East African Mounted Rifles
Subordinate level: Battalion
Start date: 01/08/1914
End date: 30/11/1916
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