15 Scottish Infantry Division UK

At the outbreak of the was a second line Territorial Army division, being a duplicate of the 52nd (Lowland) Infantry Division. Placed on Lower Establishment in November 1941, it was raised to Higher Establishment in March 1943 and reorganized as a Mixed Division, before finally being reorganized as an Infantry Division in September 1943.

The 15th (Scottish) Infantry Division was reformed as a 2nd Line Territorial Army formation, the duplicate of the 1st Line 52nd (Lowland) Infantry Division and served in the Second World War, where, among other actions, it was part of VIII Corps under Lieutenant-General Sir Richard O'Connor in Normandy and it ended the war on the Elbe River.

 Served underTheatreBattles
03.09.1939 - 03.05.1940Scottish CommandUnited Kingdom 
04.05.1940 - 20.05.1940Southern CommandUnited Kingdom 
21.05.1940 - 04.06.1940Eastern CommandUnited Kingdom 
05.06.1940 - 20.11.194111th CorpsUnited Kingdom 
21.11.1941 - 30.11.19419th CorpsUnited Kingdom 
01.12.1941 - 28.09.19429th Corps DistrictUnited Kingdom 
29.09.1942 - 12.04.1943Northumbrian DistrictUnited Kingdom 
13.04.1943 - 19.06.19431st CorpsUnited Kingdom | NW Europe [14.06.1944] 
20.06.1943 - 23.07.19448th CorpsNW EuropeThe Odon | Caen
23.07.1944 - 29.07.194430th CorpsNW Europe 
29.07.1944 - 14.08.19448th CorpsNW EuropeMont Pincon
14.08.1944 - 04.10.194412th CorpsNW EuropeThe Nederrijn
04.10.1944 - 24.10.19448th CorpsNW Europe 
24.10.1944 - 31.10.194412th CorpsNW Europe 
31.10.1944 - 27.01.19458th CorpsNW Europe 
27.01.1945 - 25.02.194530th CorpsNW EuropeThe Rhineland
26.02.1945 - 06.03.19451st Canadian ArmyNW Europe 
07.03.1945 - 04.04.194512th CorpsNW EuropeThe Rhine
05.04.1945 - 31.08.19458th CorpsNW Europe


Source wiki and http://www.unithistories.com/units_british/15InfDiv.html  


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