The 10th Indian Motor Brigade was a military formation of the British Indian Army. It remained in service from 1942 to 1943 and took part in several military campaigns during the Second World War. The brigade was formed in March 1942 and was initially stationed in Egypt. Later in September 1942, the troops were sent to Persia. In July 1943, the brigade was re-structured and designated as the 60th Indian Infantry Brigade.
The 10th Indian Motor Brigade served under the administrative authority of 3 different higher British formations, throughout its active service. These included the Tenth Army, the 51st Highland Division and the 10th Armoured Division.
Formation of 10th Indian Motor Brigade
The 10th Indian Motor Brigade was formed by various army regiments which are mentioned as follows-
* 4/8th Punjab Regiment
* 3/11th Sikh Regiment
* 21st King George V's Own Horse
* 401 Field Squadron Indian Engineers
* 10th Queen Victoria's Own Frontier Force
* 1st Duke of York's Own
* 5/13th Frontier Force Rifles
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