WW2 Chin Hills Battalion Cap Badge CB.1020

£45.00

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The Chin Hills Battalion, Burma Frontier Force came into being following the separation of Burma from India in 1937.  Prior to this the Battalion had been part of the Burma Military Police, having been raised in 1894.  The Battalion was restructured as part of The Burma Regiment on 1st October 1942.  The Battalion continued to operate under Eastern Army (IV Corps) command in the Chin Hills.    In October 1943, the Battalion was organised with a battalion Headquarters, headquarters company, seven rifle companies, two troops of mounted infantry, a rear headquarters and Depot

This is a typical Indian made badge from the period. A very nice example of this hard to find badge.

Kings crown, blackened cast brass with lug fittings.

Please Note:
All of our items come with a 14 day approval period, in which you can return an item for any reason providing the item is received in the same condition it was sent. A full refund (less return postage) will be issued as soon as the item has arrived safely to us.

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Weight1 kg

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