|25th Army Tank Brigade|
|Engagements||Tunisia Campaign, Italian Campaign|
The unit was formed on 3 September 1939 as a 2nd Line Territorial Army Tank Brigade, but had very few tanks. On 28 May 1940 it was converted to the 2nd Motor Machine Gun Brigade in recognition of this lack of tanks, but reconverted back on 10 December 1940 and then to the 25th Tank Brigade on 1 June 1942.
- Brig. T.D. Murray
- Brig. R.H. Maxwell
- Lieut.Col. D. Dawnay (acting)
- Brig. J.N. Tetley
- Brig. E.W.H. Clarke
- 25 Army Tank Brigade at Orders of Battle.com
- Joslen, p. 203
- Hughes, David; Ryan, David A. and Rothwell, Steve (2002). British Tank and Armoured Brigades, 79th Armoured Division, Armoured Car Regiments, African, Malayan and other Colonial Forces. The British Armies in World War Two: An Organizational History. Four. George F. Nafziger. ISBN 1-58545-085-5.
- Joslen, H. F. (1990). Orders of Battle, Second World War 1939-1945 (reprint ed.). London: London Stamp Exchange. ISBN 0-948130-03-2.
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