Brigade d'Infanterie Britannique, 1914–1918

Brigade d'Infanterie Britannique, 1914–1918, Ordre de Bataille

La Brigade d'Infanterie Britannique consisted of a brigade headquarters et quatre bataillons d'infanterie. En 1914, la brigade d'infanterie had a nominal strength of 4055 hommes et 247 horses, although this level of manpower was rarely maintained in combat. Due to manpower shortages the establishment de la brigade d'infanterie was permanently reduced to three bataillons d'infanterie in early 1918, making it similar to un régiment d'infanterie allemande of the period.

Brigade d'Infanterie Britannique, 1914

  • Brigade Headquarters
    • Brigadier-General
    • Brigade-Major
    • Staff Captain
    • Royal Veterinary Corps Officer
    • Military Mounted Police
      • Sergeant
      • 4 Privates
    • Quartermaster-Sergeant
    • Branch Field Post Office
      • Corporal
      • 2 Privates
    • Cook
    • 7 Officer's Batmen
    • 5 Conducteurs du Army Service Corps
    • 2 Conducteurs du Army Service Corps on Train Transport
    • 13 riding Horses
    • 10 draught Horses
    • 2 General Service Wagons carrying shovels,
      pickaxes, reaping hooks, et crowbars
    • Cart for cooking equipment et stores
    • General Service Wagon for baggage
    • Supply Cart
  • Bataillon d'Infanterie, 1914
  • Bataillon Infanterie, 1915
  • Bataillon Infanterie, 1916
  • Bataillon Infanterie, 1918
  • Bataillon Infanterie Territoriale (temporarily attached)

From late 1914, bataillons d'infanterie of the Territorial Force were temporarily attached to brigades of Regular Divisions for further training et frontline familiarization. When the fourth bataillon was dropped from the brigade establishment en 1918, the Infanterie Britannique Brigade became similar in composition to un régiment d'infanterie allemande de trois bataillons.

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