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55th Indian Infantry Brigade
Country British India
Branch British Indian Army
Allegiance British Crown
Service history
Active 1942–1945
Size Brigade
Battles Burma Campaign
Commanders
Commanders Brigadier J M Hunt
Brigadier P H Gates
Insignia

The 55th Indian Infantry Brigade was an Infantry formation of the Indian Army during World War II. It was formed in April 1942, in India. and assigned to the 7th Indian Infantry Division. In July to September 1942, it was attached to the North Western Army. Afterwards the brigade was assigned to the 14th Indian Infantry Division and took part in the Burma Campaign. Apart from a short period in May 1943, the brigade remained with the 14th Division until the end of the war and was 14th Division was allocated as a training division, the brigade was reorganised as a training brigade in June 1943.[1]

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