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9th (Highland) Division
Active 1939-1940
Country United Kingdom
Branch Territorial Army
Type Infantry
Maj.Gen.Sir Alan Cunningham

The 9th (Highland) Infantry Division was a second line Territorial Army formation at the beginning of the Second World War. After the surrender of the 51st Highland Division in 1940, the 9th Division, a replica of the 51st Division, was reorganised as the new 51st (Highland) Infantry Division. It carried on the great fighting history of Highland military units and fought in North Africa, Sicily and North-West Europe.

Formation (1939)[edit | edit source]

26th Infantry Brigade[edit | edit source]

27th Infantry Brigade[edit | edit source]

28th Infantry Brigade[edit | edit source]

Support Units[edit | edit source]

Artillery[edit | edit source]

  • 126th Field Regt, Royal Artillery
  • 127th Field Regt, Royal Artillery
  • 128th Field Regt, Royal Artillery
  • 61st Anti-Tank Regt, Royal Artillery

Engineers[edit | edit source]

  • 274th Field Coy, Royal Engineers
  • 275th Field Coy, Royal Engineers
  • 276th Field Coy, Royal Engineers
  • 277th Park Coy, Royal Engineers

General Officers Commanding[edit | edit source]

Commanders included:[1]

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