ORDER OF BATTLE, 11th AFRICAN DIVISION as at 11 MARCH 1941
Headquarters, 11th African Division
11th African Division Signals
1st S.A. Infantry Brigade Group
10th Brigade Signal Company, S.A.C.S.
1st Royal Natal Carbineers
Duke of Edinburgh's Own Rifles
1st Transvaal Scottish
No. 3 S.A. Armoured Car Company
2nd Anti-Tank Battery, S.A.A.
10th Field Ambulance, S.A.M.C.
2nd Brigade 'Q' Services Company, 'Q' S.C.
22nd East African Infantry Brigade Group
22 E.A. Brigade Signal Section
1/1 King's African Rifles
5th King's African Rifles
I/6 King's African Rifles
22nd Mountain Battery, Royal Artillery
1st (Tanganyika) Field Ambulance
22nd East African Infantry Brigade Group Company
23rd Nigerian Infantry Brigade Group
23 Nigerian Brigade Signal Section
1st Nigeria Regiment
2nd Nigeria Regiment
3rd Nigeria Regiment
52nd Nigerian Light Battery
51st Nigerian Field Company
3rd (Nigerian) Field Ambulance
23rd Nigerian Infantry Brigade Group Company
1st East African Armoured Car Regiment (less one squadron)
No. 1 S.A. Light Tank Company
1st Medium Brigade, S.A.A. (S.A.H.A.)
4th Field Brigade, S.A.A.
7th Field Brigade, S.A.A.
1st Field Battery, S.A.A. (C.F.A.)
1st Anti-Tank Battery, S.A.A.
5th Anti-Aircraft Battery, S.A.A. (less one section)
17th Field Park Company, S.A.E.C.
54th East African Field Company
11 Divisional Ordnance Field Park
Note: 1st Field Company, S.A.E.C., though normally part of 1st S.A. Infantry Brigade Group, was temporarily detached on the urgent task of rebuilding the Balad Bridge. They caught up with the brigade group again on 29 March.
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