From March 1944 to April 1944, the 37th Indian Infantry Brigade was assigned to the 17th Indian Infantry Division. The brigade was again assigned to the 23rd Division and served under its command until the end of the war. The troop of the infantry formation took part in the Burma Campaign in the South East Asian Theatre of the Second World War.
Formation of 37th Indian Infantry Brigade
The 37th Indian Infantry Brigade incorporated a number of infantry regiments. These are listed as follows-
• 3/3rd Gurkha Rifles
• 3/5th Gurkha Rifles
• 3/10th Gurkha Rifles
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