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The Madras Artillery Volunteers, also known as the No. 1 (Madras) Signal Company was an erstwhile artillery unit that functioned under the Volunteer Corps of British Indian Army
. The unit was a part of the Madras Army
of the Madras Presidency
. The armed force of the Madras province was one of the Presidency Armies in British India
. The unit of the British Colonial Auxiliary Forces was based in Madras (now known as Chennai
) in the state of Tamil Nadu
On 1st October 1920, the Madras Artillery Volunteers was re-designated as the No. 5 (Madras) Field Company. Later on 23rd June 1928, the regiment was re-structured and reformed as the No. 1 (Madras) Signal Company.
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