The British Indian infantry formation of the 84th Indian Infantry Brigade remained in active service from May 1942 to October 1943. The brigade was formed in Hyderabad in May 1942 under British Government of India during the outbreak of the Second World War. It was initially known as the Upper Sind Force.
The brigade was originally raised to subdue a revolt by the Hurs in the Sindh Desert. The troops later operated under the administrative control of the North Western Army. The 84th Indian Infantry Brigade was eventually dissolved in October 1943.
Formation of 84th Indian Infantry Brigade
The 84th Indian Infantry Brigade of the British Indian Army included a number regiments that are listed below-
• 8/15th Punjab Regiment (May 1942 - May 1943)
• 7/19th Hyderabad Regiment (May 1942 - September 1943)
• 7/13th Frontier Force Rifles (June 1942 - May 1943)
• 6/10th Baluch Regiment (June 1942 - October 1943)
• 7th Jammu and Kashmir Infantry (November 1942 - February 1943)
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