| British India|
British Indian Army
| British Crown|
| 12 May 1916 – February 1919|
The 14th Indian Division was formed during World War I, for service in the Mesopotamia Campaign. It was composed of Battalions of the Regular British Army, the British Territorial Force and the British Indian Army.
14th Indian Division Wikipedia
The Division now part of the Tigris Corps was involved in a number on minor engagements the Second Battle of Kut and the Fall of Baghdad, the Division's 36th Brigade was left in Baghdad as the Garrison.
The Division remained in Mesopotamia until the Armistice of Mudros 31 October 1918.
The division commanded the following units, although not all of them served at the same time:1/5th Battalion, Buffs (East Kent Regiment)
102nd King Edward's Own Grenadiers
2nd Battalion, 4th Gurkha Rifles
Departed for the North Persia Force in June 1918, replaced by 56th Indian Brigade1/4th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment
1st Battalion, 2nd King Edward's Own Gurkha Rifles (The Sirmoor Rifles)
1/4th Battalion, Devonshire Regiment
45th Rattray's Sikhs
2nd Battalion, Norfolk Regiment
2nd Battalion, 9th Gurkha Rifles
1st Battalion, 67th Punjabis
185th Machine Gun Company
37th Light Trench Mortar Battery
Joined in August 1918 to replace 36th Indian Brigade1/4th Battalion, Prince Albert's (Somerset Light Infantry)
1st Battalion, 42nd Deoli Regiment
95th Russell's Infantry
104th Wellesley's Rifles
1st Patiala Lancers (attached March to June 1918)
2nd Indian Machine Gun Company
56th Light Trench Mortar Battery
13th Brigade Royal Field Artillery
C/69th Howitzer battery
Advance to the Hai and capture of the Khudaira Bend. 14 December 1916.
Capture of the Hai Salient. 25 January – 5 February 1917.
Capture of Sannaiyat. 17–24 February 1917.
Second Battle of Kut. 23 February 1917
Passage of the Tigris. 23–24 February 1917.
Fall of Baghdad (1917). 8–11 March 1917
Passage of the ‘Adhaim. 18 April 1917.
Action of the Shatt al Adhaim. 30 April 1917.
Second action of Jabal Hamrin. 16–20 October 1917.
Third action of Jabal Hamrin. 3–6 December 1917.