24th Mixed Brigade (Imperial Japanese Army)

24th Mixed Brigade (Imperial Japanese Army)

The 24th Mixed Brigade was sent by the 12th Division from Japan to the Battle of Shanghai in 1932.

*24th Mixed Brigade – ? , 3,000 troops
** 2nd Battalion / 14th Infantry Regiment
** 1st Battalion / 24th Infantry Regiment
** 1st Battalion / 46th Infantry Regiment
** 1st Battalion / 48th Infantry Regiment
** 1 Squadron Cavalry
** 2nd Battalion / 3rd Independent Mountain Gun Regiment (two Batteries)
** 2nd Company / 18th Engineer Battalion


* Madej, W. Victor. "Japanese Armed Forces Order of Battle, 1937-1945" [2 vols] Allentown, PA: 1981

External links

* [http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?t=78115&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=15 Axis History Forum: SHANGHAI 1932]

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