Pair of WWI XXX 30 Corps Division Patches
A matching pair of printed original XXX Corps Division patches. Used and removed from uniform with some age and wear.
XXX Corps (30 Corps) was a corps of the British Army during the Second World War. The Corps was formed in the Western Desert in September 1941. It provided extensive service in the North African Campaign and many of its units were in action at the Secon... read more
British 36th Independent Infantry Brigade
Scarce 36th Independent Infantry Brigade formation sign in good condition.
Reformed during the Second World War as the 36th Infantry Brigade on 7 October 1939, this time as part of the Territorial Army, and attached to the 12th (Eastern) Infantry Division, duplicate of the 44th (Home Counties) Infantry Division. The brigade was formed as a 2nd Line duplicate of the 132nd (Kent) I... read more
WWII 3rd Indian Infantry “Chindits” Patch
Wingate’s 3rd Indian Infantry Division “Chindits” patch together with an enamel pin. The patch has four snaps sewn on for ease of fitting to uniform. It is also penned on the back Pt Clifford 479. Used with age and service wear.
" Chindits " and as part of 14th. Army under the command of Major- General Orde Wingate made history with their long range jungle penetration exploits... read more