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  1. The Guards Division is an administrative unit of the British Army responsible for the administration of the regiments of Foot Guards. (Web site)

Guards Division

  1. On 17 March 1915 the 1st Battalion sailed for France and formed part of the Guards Division.
  2. Later that day the Guards Division, led by the Irish Guards, reached Nijmegen where the 82nd Airborne Division was located.
  3. The Foot Guards of the Guards Division, The Royal Irish Regiment and the two remaining Gurkha battalions have been excluded from the changes.


  1. The Guards Division of the British Army contains a total of five battalions, one from each of the five regiments of Foot Guards.
  2. The London Regiment will be transferred to the Guards Division, and become the Guards TA battalion.
  3. Following the restructuring of the British Army in 2004, it was announced that the Guards Division would gain a TA battalion. (Web site)
  4. Initially, each brigade of the Guards Division had a machine gun company attached. (Web site)


  1. The Headquarters of the Guards Division is in London, along with the RHQs of each regiment. (Web site)
  2. The bands of the Guards Division are all based in central London and carry out State Duties along wth the Royal Artillery Band and have 49 musicians. (Web site)


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