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A military unit forming part of a Division, typically consisting of three to four infantry battalions (3-4,000 men).[1] The Lonsdale Battalion was one of several single battalions assigned to the 97th Brigade.

  • Example: The Brigadier General commanded a Brigade of 3,000 men.

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References / notes[edit]

  1. Brigade Oxford Dictionaries, UK English. Accessed 27 July, 2016.