Who fought the Desert War

Discussion in 'North Africa & the Med' started by Kuno, Jan 24, 2009.

  1. Tom Canning

    Tom Canning WW2 Veteran WW2 Veteran

    Ozjohn39 -

    don't know where you get your figures from for the Alamein Battle but while it is true that the German ONLY had four Divisions to the Italians six - the British had six - 1st - 7th - 10th Armoured -51st - 50th and 44th - this was backed by Australians 1 - NZ - 1 - Indian - 1 France - 1 and one Greek bde.

    Cheers
     
  2. Drew5233

    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    The argument still goes on today. I can remember having a fair few arguements in Iraq with chaps from 4th Brigade who swore they were the originals.

    Red Rat wins it everytime for me ;)
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  3. Tom Canning

    Tom Canning WW2 Veteran WW2 Veteran

    Spidge -
    not too surprising to learn that the total casualties of 9th Australians equalled the entire - Xth Corps - which consisted of 1st- 7th and 10th Armoured Divisons which were tasked - as you rightly say - with the break out.

    Roles were entirely different as the Australians in X111 corps and also XXX corps of 51st - 50th and 44th were assault troops and heavily involved in breaking the line and the crumbling attacks as opposed to armour pursuing the enemy - Corps de Chasse -much easier task....especially when they couldn't catch him !

    which brings on the other myth that Rommel was short of fuel which led to his boss - Kesselring - asking why he was able to bring the entire DAK back all the way to Tripoli ???

    Cheers
     
  4. WotNoChad?

    WotNoChad? Senior Member

    Personally I prefer British and Commonwealth Forces, as Commonwealth Forces suggests a lack of Brits.

    U.K.C.B.E.F is just shudderingly unpleasant even just to look at. :huh:
     
  5. spidge

    spidge RAAF RESEARCHER

    Ozjohn39 -

    don't know where you get your figures from for the Alamein Battle but while it is true that the German ONLY had four Divisions to the Italians six - the British had six - 1st - 7th - 10th Armoured -51st - 50th and 44th - this was backed by Australians 1 - NZ - 1 - Indian - 1 France - 1 and one Greek bde.

    Cheers

    Hi Tom,

    The French only had a Brigade and South Africa had a division.

    Army Troops


    • Kings Dragoon Guards
    • 3 South African Armoured Car Regiment
    • 4/8 South African Armoured Car Regiment

    • 8th Army Troops RE
    • 295 Field Company RE
    • 566 Army Troops Company RE
    • 568 Army Troops Company RE
    • 25 Field Company South African Engineers
    • 27 Field Company, South African Engineers
    • 31 Field Company, South African Engineers

    • 8th Army Signals

    under Major-General Charles Henry Gairdner


    • 146 Field Regiment RA
    • 73 Anti-tank Regiment RA
    • 56 LAA Regiment RA



    • 6 Field Squadron RE
    • 9 Field Squadron RE
    • 145 Field Park Squadron RE



    • 8 Armoured Division Signals



    • 1st Army Tank Brigade under Brigadier Price
    • 42 Royal Tank Regiment
    • 44 Royal Tank Regiment


    [/list] both equipped with minesweeping Matilda tanks
    British XXX Corps

    Under the command of Lieutenant General Oliver Leese

    • 2 Medium Regiment RA
    • 64 Medium Regiment RA
    • 69 Medium Regiments RA

    • 66 Mortar Coy RE
    • 11 Field Company, South African Engineers
    • 13 Field Company, South African Engineers
    • 22 Field Park Company, South African Engineers

    • XXX Corps Signals
    9th Australian Division

    under Major General Leslie Morshead

    • 9 Division Cavalry Regiment
    • 2/2 Machine Gun Battalion
    • 2/3 Pioneer Battalion

    • 2/7 Field Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery
    • 2/8 Field Regiment, RAA
    • 2/12 Field Regiment RAA
    • 3 Anti-tank Regiment, RAA
    • 4 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, RAA

    • 2/3 Field Company, Royal Australian Engineers
    • 2/7 Field Company RAE
    • 2/13 Field Company RAE
    • 2/4 Field Park Company RAE

    • 9 Australian Division Signals
    Australian 24th Brigade

    under Brigadier Arthur H.L. Godfrey

    • 2/28th Australian Infantry Battalion, Western Australia (WA)
    • 2/32nd Australian Infantry Battalion, Victoria (Vic.)
    • 2/43rd Australian Infantry Battalion, South Australia (SA)
    Australian 26th Brigade

    under Brigadier David A. Whitehead

    • 2/23rd Australian Infantry Battalion, Vic.
    • 2/24th Australian Infantry Battalion, Vic.
    • 2/48th Australian Infantry Battalion, SA
    Australian 20th Brigade

    under Brigadier H. Wrigley

    • 2/13th Australian Infantry Battalion, New South Wales (NSW)
    • 2/15th Australian Infantry Battalion, Queensland (Qld)
    • 2/17th Australian Infantry Battalion, NSW
    British 23rd Armoured Brigade

    under Brigadier George W. Richards
    186 Valentine tanks

    • 8 Royal Tank Regiment [u/c from 1 SA Division]
    • 40 Royal Tank Regiment
    • 46 Royal Tank Regiment
    • 50 Royal Tank Regiment
    British 51st (Highland) Infantry Division

    under Major General Douglas Wimberley


    • 126 Field Regiment Royal Artillery
    • 127 Field Regiment RA
    • 128 Field Regiment RA
    • 61 Anti-tank Regiment RA
    • 40 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA

    • 274 Field Company RE
    • 275 Field Company RE
    • 276 Field Company RE
    • 239 Field Park Company RE

    • 51st Highland Division Signals
    British 152nd Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier George Murray

    British 153rd Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier Douglas Graham

    British 154th Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier Henry W. Houldsworth

    2nd New Zealand Division

    under Lieutenant-General Bernard Freyberg

    • 2 NZ Division Cavalry Regiment
    • 27 Bn (machine gun bn)

    • 4 Field Regiment Royal NZ Artillery
    • 5 Field Regiment RNZA
    • 6 Field Regiment RNZA
    • 7 Anti-tank Regiment RNZA
    • 14 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RNZA

    • 6 Field Company Royal NZ Engineers
    • 7 Field Company RNZE
    • 8 Field Company RNZE
    • 5 Field Park Company RNZE

    • 2 NZ Division Signals
    New Zealand 5th Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier Howard Kippenberger

    New Zealand 6th Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier William Gentry

    • 24 Bn New Zealand Infantry
    • 25 Bn New Zealand Infantry
    • 26 Bn New Zealand Infantry
    British 9 Armoured Brigade

    under Brigadier John Currie
    35 Sherman, 37 Grant, 46 Crusader =118

    South African 1st Infantry Division

    under Major-General Dan Pienaar

    • 3rd South African Armoured Car Reconnaissance Regiment
    • Regiment President Steyn (Machine gun battalion)
    • 2nd Regiment Botha

    • 1st Field Regiment, Cape Field Artillery, South African Artillery
    • 4th Field Regiment, SAA
    • 7th Field Regiment, SAA
    • 1st Light Anti-aircraft Regiment, SAA
    • 1st Anti-tank Regiment, SAA

    • 1 Field Company, South African Engineers
    • 2 Field Company, SAE
    • 3 Field Company, SAE
    • 5 Field Company, SAE
    • 19 Field Park Company, SAE

    • 1 SA Division Signals
    South African 1st Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier E.P. Hartshorn

    South African 2nd Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier Evered Poole

    South African 3rd Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier ?

    Indian 4th Infantry Division

    under Major-General Francis Tuker


    • 1 Field Regiment Royal Artillery
    • 11 Field Regiment RA
    • 32 Field Regiment RA
    • 149 Anti-tank Regiment RA
    • 57 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA


    • 4 Indian Division Signals
    Indian 5th Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier Dudley Russell

    Indian 7th Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier Alan Holworthy

    Indian 161st Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier Francis E.C. Hughes

    British XIII Corps

    Under command of Lieutenant-General Brian Horrocks

    • 577 Field Company RE
    • 578 Field Company RE
    • 576 Field Park Company RE

    • 13 Corps Signals
    British 50th (Northumbrian) Infantry Division

    under Major-General John Nichols

    • 2 Bn Cheshire Regiment (machine gun bn)

    • 74 Field Regiment RA
    • 111 Field Regiment RA
    • 124 Field Regiment RA
    • 154 Field Regiment RA
    • 102 Anti-tank Regiment RA
    • 34 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA

    • 233 Field Company RE
    • 505 Field Company RE
    • 235 Field Park Company RE

    • 50 Northumbrian Division Signals
    1st Greek Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier Pausanias Katsotas

    • 1st Infantry Battalion
    • 2nd Infantry Battalion
    • 3rd Infantry Battalion

    • 1st Artillery Regiment

    • 1st Machine Gun Company

    • 1 Engineer Company
    British 151st Infantry Brigade29 October3 November

    under Brigadier Joscelyn E.S. Percy

    British 69th Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier Edward C. Cooke-Collis

    British 44th (Home Counties) Infantry Division

    under Major-General Ivor T.P.Hughes


    • 53 Field Regiment RA
    • 57 Field Regiment RA
    • 58 Field Regiment RA
    • 65 Field Regiment RA
    • 57 Anti-tank Regiment RA
    • 30 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA

    • 11 Field Company RE
    • 209 Field Company RE
    • 210 Field Company RE
    • 211 Field Park Company RE

    • 44 Home Counties Division Signals
    British 132nd (Kent) Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier Lashmer Whistler

    British 7th Armoured Division

    under Major-General John Harding


    • 3 Field Regiment RHA
    • 4 Field Regiment RA
    • 97 Field Regiment RA
    • 65 Anti-tank Regiment RA
    • 15 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA

    • 4 Field Squadron RE
    • 21 Field Squadron RE
    • 143 Field Park Squadron RE

    • 7 Armoured Division Signals
    British 4th Light Armoured Brigade

    under Brigadier Marcus G. Roddick
    57 Stuart, 14 Grant –71 tanks

    British 22nd Armoured Brigade

    under Brigadier George "Pip" Roberts
    57 Grant, 46 Crusader, 19 Stuart-122 tanks

    British 131st Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier William Donovan Stamer

    1st Free French Brigade

    under Brigadier Marie Pierre Koenig

    • 2 Foreign Legion Bn
    • 3 Foreign Legion Bn
    • 1 March Bn

    • 1 Artillery Regiment
    British X Corps

    Under command of Lieutenant-General Herbert Lumsden

    • 571 Field Company RE
    • 572 Field Company RE
    • 573 Field Company RE
    • 570 Field Park Company RE

    • 10 Corps Signals
    British 1st Armoured Division

    under Major-General Raymond Briggs


    • 2 Field Regiment RHA
    • 4 Field Regiment RHA
    • 11 Field Regiment RHA [ex 8th Armoured Div]
    • 76 Anti-tank Regiment RA
    • 42 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA

    • 1 Field Squadron RE
    • 7 Field Squadron RE
    • 1 Field Park Squadron RE

    • 1 Armoured Division Signals
    British 2nd Armoured Brigade

    under Brigadier Arthur Fisher
    92 Sherman, 68 Crusader-160 tanks

    British 7th Motor Brigade

    under Brigadier Thomas J. Bosville

    British 10th Armoured Division

    under Major-General Alexander Gatehouse


    • 1 Field Regiment RHA
    • 5 Field Regiment RHA (attached from 8 Armoured Div)
    • 104 Field Regiment RHA (attached from 8 Armoured Div)
    • 98 Field Regiment RA
    • 84 Anti-tank Regiment RA
    • 53 Light Anti Aircraft Regiment RA

    • 2 Field Squadron RE
    • 3 Field Squadron RE
    • 141 Field Park Squadron RE

    • 10 Armoured Division Signals
    8th Armoured Brigade

    under Brigadier Edward C.N. Custance
    45 Crusader, 57 Grant, 31 Sherman-133 tanks

    British 24th Armoured Brigade

    under Brigadier Arthur G. Kenchington
    93 Sherman, 45 Crusader=138 tanks

    British 133rd Infantry Brigade

    under Brigadier Alec W. Lee

     
  6. Arsenal vg-33

    Arsenal vg-33 Member

    Often overlooked and very rarely mentioned in most works concerning the Desert War, is Leclerc's (then a colonel) small Free French force coming up from Chad into Libya. They battled the Italians in several locations with Koufra being the main objective, where they took the famous "Vow of Koufra" pledge to continue fighting until their flag flew over Strasbourg. This took place in early 1941, before Bir Hakeim. These men would form the nucleus of what would later become the French 2nd DB (armored division).

    Leclerc then drove his troops northwards across the Sahara until they met and joined the US/UK forces, fighting alongsides them in Tunisia.
     
  7. Kuno

    Kuno Very Senior Member

    Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah - cannot keep the overview. Rommel's fuel supplies during the retreat. Now the Free French. Will open seperate posts.

    Bacht to the original question:

    If we say "British and Commonwealth Forces" - does ths include the Indians as well?
     
  8. Kieron Hill

    Kieron Hill Senior Member

    India did not join the commonwealth until 1947 so I
    would say that no they did not come under the
    commonwealth but forces of the British Empire.

    My reasoning for my tounge in cheak comment ;)

    The North African campaign before tourch was fought by the U.K.C.B.E.F.
    (United Kingdom, Commonwealth, British Empire, Force)

    WotNoChad? Personally I prefer British and Commonwealth Forces, as Commonwealth Forces suggests a lack of Brits.

    U.K.C.B.E.F is just shudderingly unpleasant even just to look at. [​IMG]

    Unfortunately I think that we have to accept that after Dunkirk in June
    1940 the British Forces and their equipment were severely overstrecthed, so lack of Brits at the beginning of the North African campaign is probably correct and without the help of Commonwealth and British Empire forces our history books may well be telling a different story.
     
  9. spidge

    spidge RAAF RESEARCHER

    The German Order of Battle.

    (Field marshal Erwin Rommel, Georg Stumme at the start of the battle in Rommel's absence)
    Army troops

    German 90th Light Afrika Division

    (GeneralMajor Ernst Strecker)

    • 155th PanzerGrenadier Regiment (with 707th Heavy Infantry Gun Company)
    • 200th PanzerGrenadier Regiment (with 708th Heavy Infantry Gun Company)
    • 346th PanzerGrenadier Regiment (should be 361st, 346th assigned to 217th Inf Div, the 361st was formed in theatre from former french foreign legionaires of german origin)
    • 190th Artillery Regiment
    • 190th Anti-tank Battalion
    • under command: Force 288 (PanzerGrenadier Regiment 'Afrika', the three battalions listed after this are not part of this 8-to-10 company detatchment)
    • 605th Anti-tank Battalion
    • 109th Anti-aircraft Battalion
    • 606th Anti-aircraft Battalion

    German 164th Light Afrika Division

    (GeneralLeutenant Carl-Hans Lungershausen)

    • 125th Infantry Regiment
    • 382nd Infantry Regiment
    • 433rd Infantry Regiment
    • 220th Artillery Regiment
    • 220th Engineer Battalion
    • 220th Cyclist Unit
    • 609th Anti-aircraft Battalion
    Ramcke Parachute Brigade

    (GeneralMajor Hermann-Bernhard Ramcke)

    • One battalion each from 2nd, 3rd and another Parachute Regiments (1st bn's 2 & 3, 2nd bn 5th)
    • Lehrbattalion Burkhardt
    • Parachute Artillery Battery
    • Parachute Anti-tank Battalion
    German Afrika Korps

    (GeneralLeutnant Wilhelm Ritter von Thoma)
    German 15th Panzer Division

    (GeneralMajor Gustav von Vaerst)

    • 8th Panzer Regiment
    • 113th PanzerGrenadier Regiment (should be 115th, 113th was assigned to 1st Pz Div)
    • 33rd Artillery Regiment
    • 33rd Anti-tank Battalion
    • 33rd Engineer Battalion
    German 21st Panzer Division

    (GeneralMajor Heinz von Randow)

    • 5th Panzer Regiment
    • 104th PanzerGrenadier Regiment
    • 155th Artillery Regiment
    • 39th Anti-tank Battalion
    • 200th Engineer Battalion
     
  10. Owen

    Owen -- --- -.. MOD

    The argument still goes on today. I can remember having a fair few arguements in Iraq with chaps from 4th Brigade who swore they were the originals.

    Red Rat wins it everytime for me ;)
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    [​IMG]

    The 7th Armd Bde ought to have the green jerboa. As it changed to that colour in 1942 when it went to burma.
    4th Armd Bde changed to a black rat in April 1943 when it became independant.

    It was 7th Armd Div that had the red one.

    4th & 7th Armd Bde were both original formations with in 7th Armd Div so no need for any arguements Andy.

    History of the 4th and 7th Armoured Brigades (Black Rats and Green Jerboa) Main Page
     
  11. Tom Canning

    Tom Canning WW2 Veteran WW2 Veteran

    Spidge -
    I certainly did miss out the Soth Africans but that hardly made the British into a minority as opposed to the German vis a vis the Italians...
    Cheers
     
  12. spidge

    spidge RAAF RESEARCHER

    Spidge -
    I certainly did miss out the South Africans but that hardly made the British into a minority as opposed to the German vis a vis the Italians...
    Cheers

    Certainly does not!
     
  13. Drew5233

    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    The 7th Armd Bde ought to have the green jerboa. As it changed to that colour in 1942 when it went to burma.
    4th Armd Bde changed to a black rat in April 1943 when it became independant.

    It was 7th Armd Div that had the red one.

    4th & 7th Armd Bde were both original formations with in 7th Armd Div so no need for any arguements Andy.

    History of the 4th and 7th Armoured Brigades (Black Rats and Green Jerboa) Main Page

    Cheers Owen I never knew about the Green one. I only joined in with the banter and couldn't really comment, I was only attached to the Sig Sqn for the tour.

    Any ideas where the Yellow/Beige one originates from? (The pic I posted)

    Cheers
    Andy
     
  14. Kieron Hill

    Kieron Hill Senior Member

    Picture 1 The first Desert Rat Flash
    designed Mrs Peyton in 1940 worn
    by the newly formed 7th Armoured
    Division

    Picture 2 The green jerboa worn
    by the 7th Armoured Brigade in
    Burma

    Picture 3 The black jerboa worn
    by the 4th Armoured Brigade

    Picture 4 The final Divisional
    flash of the 7th Armoured Div
    introduced in 1943 when the
    Div arrived back in the UK
    and is still worn to this day
     

    Attached Files:

  15. ozjohn39

    ozjohn39 Senior Member

    Spidge,

    Thanks for the fascinating data, I had not seen that before.


    John.
     
  16. gerboise

    gerboise L&BH Guru

    Moreover, some post-war accounts also mention that the term Desert Rats" was used as a nickname to designate the members of the LRDG, though afterwards it was retained as the officiel nickname of the 7th armoured div.
     
  17. Warlord

    Warlord Veteran wannabe

    Don´t forget as members of the Western Desert Forces the Poles and Czechs who fought alongside the 9th Diggers at Tobruk.
     
  18. Biggles115

    Biggles115 Member

    I wonder what the view of the locals in Libya was at the time. Did they activley support either side. They were the only ones who seemed certain to loose regardless of the results of the battles.
     
  19. spidge

    spidge RAAF RESEARCHER

    Don´t forget as members of the Western Desert Forces the Poles and Czechs who fought alongside the 9th Diggers at Tobruk.

    The Poles and Czechs entered Tobruk after the 9th Australian Division was withdrawn Oct-Nov 1941.
     
  20. spidge

    spidge RAAF RESEARCHER

    This was the Order of Battle for Tobruk April 1941 which repulsed Rommels first advance on Tobruk.


    • HQ 9th Aust Div & Tobruk Fortress

    • 9th Aust Div Intelligence Sec
    HQ 3d Armored Bde (60 x tanks working; another 26 tanks in repair)


    • 3d Hussars/5 the Royal Tanks (Det 4 x light tanks and 18 x cruisers)
      1st Royal Tank Regt (Det 15 x light tanks and 19 x cruisers)
      1st Kings Dragoon Guards (30 x armored cars)
      4th Royal Tank Regt (Troop of 4 x infantry tanks)
    18th Cavalry Regt (Indian)
    HQ Royal Horse Artillery


    • 1st RHA Regt (16 x 25-pounders)
      3d RHA (minus one btry) (16 x 2-pounder antitank guns)
      104th RHA Regt (16 x 25-pounders)
      107th RHA Regt (16 x 25-pounders)
      51st Field Regt (12 x 18-pounders and 12 x 4.5 inch how)
      2-3d Aust Antitank Regt (Unk no., type, Bofors
      (minus one btry) 37-mm; Breda 47/32-mm; 2-pounders)
    HQ Royal Australian Engineers


    • 2-3d Aust Field Company
      2-7th Aust Field Company
      2-13th Aust Field Company
      2-4th Aust Field Company
      2-4th Aust Field Park Company
      2-1st Aust Pioneer Battalion
    Signals 9th Aust Div
    HQ 18th Aust Inf Bde


    • Sig Sec
      16th Aust Antitank Company
      2-9th Aust Inf Bn
      2-10th Aust Inf Bn
      2-12th Aust Inf Bn
    HQ 20th Aust Inf Bde


    • Sig Sec
      20th Aust Antitank Company
      2-13th Aust Inf Bn
      2-15th Aust Inf Bn
      2-17th Aust Inf Bn
    HQ 24th Aust Inf Bde (-) (2-25th Inf Bn still in Australia)


    • Sig Sec
      24th Aust Antitank Co
      2-28th Aust Inf Bn
      2-43d Aust Inf Bn
    HQ 26th Aust Inf Bde


    • Sig Sec
      26th Aust Antitank Co
      2-23d Aust Inf Bn
      2-24th Aust Inf Bn
      2-48th Aust Inf Bn
    1 Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (Machine Gun Bn)
    HQ Aust Army Service Corps (AASC)


    • 9th Aust Div Supply Column
      9th Aust Div Ammunition Co
      9th Aust Div Petroleum Co
      Composite Co AASC
      7th Aust Div Supply Column
      2-3d Aust Field Ambulance Co
      2-8th Aust Field Ambulance Co
      2-11th Aust Field Ambulance Co
      2-5th Aust Field Ambulance Co
      2-4th Field Hygiene Co
      9th Aust Div Provost Co
      9th Aust Div Protection Platoon
      9th Aust Div Empl Platoon
      9th Aust Div Postal Unit
      9th Aust Salvage Unit
    Fortress Troops
    Royal Artillery
    HQ 4th Antiaircraft (AA) Bde


    • 13th Light AA Regt
      14th Light AA Regt
      51st Heavy AA Regt
      3d Aust Light AA Regt
    Notts Yeomanry (coast defense)
    Royal Engineers (under chief royal engineer, 9th Aust Div)


    • 295th Field Co Royal Engineers
      551st Tps Co Royal Engineers
      4th Field Sqd Royal Engineers
      143d Field Park Troops
    Signals (under Cdr Signals, 9th Aust Div)


    • K Base Section
      27th Line Maintenance Section
    Royal Army Service Corps (RASC)


    • 309th Reserve Motor Co
      345th Reserve Motor Co
      550th Co
      RASC 4th Lt AA Bde
      RASC Sec 13th Lt AA Regt
      No. 1 Water Tank Co
    Medical


    • 16th MAC
    Ordnance (Royal Army Ordnance Corps [RAOC])


    • 2d Armored Div Workshops RAOC
      Y Army Tank Receiving Section, RAOC 2d Spt Gp Ord Field Park Sec, RAOC
      A Sec Ord Field Park AAOC
      2-1st AFW AAOC

    • Det 2-2d AFW AAOC

    Tobruk Subarea

    HQ Tobruk Subarea


    • 1st Libyan Refugee Bn
      2d Libyan Refugee Bn
      4th Libyan Refugee Bn
      HQ 45th Group
      1205th Indian Pioneer Co
      1206th Indian Pioneer Co
      1207th Indian Pioneer Co
      Libyan Work Bn
      Army Post Office
      H Adv Stationary Depot
      Transit Camp
    Misc Detachments:
    Greek Civilians
    POW Cage
    [/LIST]
     

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