Order of Battle on Embarkation
January 1940

Major General V.M. Fortune, CB, DSO

1st Bn. The Lothians & Border Horse (Yeomanry)

152nd Brigade: Brigadier H.W.V. Stewart, DSO

6th Bn. The Seaforth Highlanders
4th Bn. The Seaforth Highlanders
4th Bn. The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders

153rd Brigade: Brigadier G. T. Burnet, MC

4th Bn. The Black Watch
6th Bn. The Gordon Highlanders
5th Bn. The Gordon Highlanders

154th Brigade: Brigadier A.CL. Stanley-Clarke DSO

6th Bn. The Black Watch
7th Bn. The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
8th Bn. The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders

Royal Artillery: CRA. Brigadier H.CH. Eden, MC

75th Field Regiment, Royal Artillery
76th Field Regiment, Royal Artillery
77th Field Regiment, Royal Artillery
51st Anti-tank Regiment, Royal Artillery

Royal Engineers: CRE. Lt Col H M Smail, TD

236th Field Company, Royal Engineers
237th Field Company, Royal Engineers
238th Field Company, Royal Engineers
239th Field Park Company, Royal Engineers

Royal Corps of Signals: Lt Col T.P.E. Murray 51st Divisional Signals Company

Royal Army Medical Corps: AD.M.S., Lt Col D.P. Levack

152nd Field Ambulance
153rd Field Ambulance
154th Field Ambulance

Royal Army Service Corps: Lt Col T. Harris-Hunter TD

Divisional Ammunition Company.
Divisional Petrol Company Divisional Supply Column.

Attached troops

51st Medium Regiment, RA
1st RH.A (less one Battery)
97th Field Regiment,
RA (one Battery)
213th Army Field Company, RE.
1st Bn Princess Louise's Kensington Regiment (Machine-Gunners)
7th Bn The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (Machine-Gunners)
6th Bn The Royal Scots Fusiliers (Pioneers)
7th Bn The Norfolk Regiment (Pioneers)
Sections of the RAOC and the RASC.

Division History References :

Supporting Information :


Extract from 'Return to St. Valéry' by Lieutenant General Sir Derek Lang


Extract from 'Return to St. Valéry' by Lieutenant General Sir Derek Lang. Published by Leo Cooper, 1974, ISBN 0 85052 168 8


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