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55th West Lancashire Division shoulder patches
during WW1 the 55th West Lancashire division were posted to France as part of BEF November 1914 and April 1915. the 55th division was considered one of the best divisions on the western front and nowhere better than by their stand at Givenchy-Festubert in april 1918.
The 55th divisional sign was the red Rose of Lancaster worn on the sleeves of all ranks.
Infantry battalions in the 55th west Lancashire
At the start of the WW2 the division was organised as a motorised infantry division with only two infantry brigades and was reorganised as a standard infantry division in June 1940 when the 66th Infantry Division was disbanded, after the BEF was evacuated from Dunkirk.
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