- For the World War II formation see 11th Infantry Division (India)
The 11th Indian Division was formed in Egypt in 1914, to defend the Suez Canal. It was one of two divisions in the Indian Expeditionary Force F.
The 11th Division was disbanded earlier in 1915, and its brigades did not survive much longer. The 31st Brigade joined the 10th Indian Division in January 1916, but was disbanded a month later. The 32nd Brigade was disbanded in January 1916. The 33rd Brigade was sent to Bushire in Pesia in August 1915, and then disbanded in December 1915.
- 31st Brigade
- 32nd Imperial Service Infantry Brigade
- 22nd (Lucknow) Brigade
- Divisional troops
- ↑ "Indian Army Brigades". orbat.com. http://orbat.com/site/history/volume5/529/Indian%20Army%20Brigades.pdf. Retrieved 2009-09-08.
- ↑ Richard A Rinaldi. Order of Battle British Army 1914. http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=hzUZ-26KYQ4C&pg=PA126&dq=76th+Punjabis&lr=#v=onepage&q=76th%20Punjabis&f=true. Retrieved 2009-09-28.
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