The 155th Indian Infantry Brigade was formed as an infantry unit under the administration the British Indian Army during the Second World War. It was founded by the British Empire in India in 1944 and remained in military service for a brief period till the year 1945. The brigade was raised in April 1944 from the Risalpur Training Brigade. The army formation mainly provided training to infantry regiments for service in the western theatres of war.
Formation of 155th Indian Infantry Brigade
The 155th Indian Infantry Brigade was formed by many infantry regiments which are mentioned as follows-
* 2/8th Punjab Regiment (April 1944 - September 1944)
* 7/11th Sikh Regiment (May 1944 - May 1945)
* 1st Mahar Regiment (April 1944 - September 1944)
* 7/1st Punjab Regiment (September 1944 - August 1945)
* 1st Mahar Regiment (March 1945 - August 1945)
* 15/6th Rajputana Rifles (October 1944 - March 1945)
* 3/11th Sikh Regiment (May 1945 - June 1945)
* 6/10th Baluch Regiment (June 1945 - August 1945)
* 4/3rd Gurkha Rifles (June 1945 - August 1945)
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