|11th Indian Cavalry Brigade|
|Branch||British Indian Army|
|Part of||Imperial Cavalry Division|
|Battles||World War I|
The 11th Indian Cavalry Brigade was a formation of the British Indian Army that served in the Mesopotamian Campaign during World War I. It was formed in September 1917 of three cavalry regiments sent from India and a horse artillery battery from Meerut, India. Its machinegun squadron and other support units were assembled in Mesopotamia. It fought at the Action of Khan Baghdadi and the Battle of Sharqat. It was present at the occupation of Mosul at the end of the campaign, shortly after the armistice.
- 7th Hussars
- Guides Cavalry
- 23rd Cavalry (Frontier Force)
- 25th Machine Gun Squadron
- W Battery, Royal Horse Artillery
- ↑ The London Gazette: . 8 April 1919. Retrieved 29 September 2013.
Moberly, F.J. (1923). Official History of the War: Mesopotamia Campaign, Imperial War Museum. ISBN 1-870423-30-5.
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