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13TH (COUNTY OF LONDON) BATTALION THE LONDON REGIMENT (KENSINGTON)

1908
13th (County of London) Battalion, The London Regiment (Kensington)
Boer War
South Africa 1900-02
1913
13th (Princess Louise's Kensington) (County of London) Battalion,

The London Regiment The Great War Three Battalions formed

1914
1st / 13th Battalion 2nd / 13th Battalion 3rd / 13th Battalion
1916
Re-designated as a Territorial Battalion of The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex

Regiment) without change of title 3rd / 13th Battalion re-designated as 13th Reserve Battalion

Location of operations
1st / 13th Battalion
2nd / 13th Battalion
1915
Neuve Chapelle
Aubers Ridge
Morval
Le Transloy
Lesboeufs
1916
Gommecourt
Guillemont
Vimy Ridge
Salonika
Ginchy
Leuze Wood
1917
Neuville Vitasse
Beersheba
Ypres
Moeuvres
Kauwukah
Jerusalem
Tel el Ful
1918
Oppy
Boyelles
Fressies
El Haud
Angre

Battle Honours awarded to 13th (Princess Louise's Kensington) (County of London) Battalion, The London Regiment:

Neuve Chapelle, Aubers, Somme 1916, '18, Albert 1916, '18, Guillemont, Ginchy, Flers-Courcelette, Morval, Le Transloy, Arras 1917, '18, Scarpe 1917, '18, Ypres 1917, Langemarck 1917, Cambrai 1917, '18, Hindenburg Line, Canal du Nord, Valenciennes, Sambre, France and Flanders 1914-18, Doiran 1917, Macedonia 1916-17, Gaza, El Mughar, Nebi Samwil, Jerusalem, Jericho, Jordan, Megiddo, Sharon, Palestine 1917-18

1920
Reformed as:
13th (Princess Louise's Kensington) (County of London) Battalion, The London Regiment
1922
Re-designated as:
13th London Regiment (Princess Louise's Kensington Regiment)
1937
Re-designated as:
Princess Louise's Kensington Regiment, The Middlesex Regiment
(Duke of Cambridge's Own)
1939
On duplication of the Territorial Army, re-designated as:
1st Battalion, Princess Louise's Kensington Regiment,
The Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own)
and
2nd Battalion, Princess Louise's Kensington Regiment, The Middlesex Regiment
(Duke of Cambridge's Own)
WW2
Location of operations
1st Battalion
2nd Battalion
1940
St Valery-en-Caux
1941-42
Iceland
1943
Algiers
Sicily
Termoli
Sangro
1944
Cassino
Odon
Liri
Le Havre
Trasimene
Maas
Nijmegen
1945
Senio
Argenta
Battle Honours awarded to Princess Louise's Kensington Regiment, The Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own):

St Valery en Caux, Saar, Tilly sur Seulles, Odon, Antwerp-Turnhout Canal, Venlo Pocket, Zetten, Arnhem 1945, North-West Europe 1940, '44-45, Centuripe, Sicily 1943, Termoli, Sangro, Cassino II, Liri Valley, Monte Spaduro, Argenta Gap, Italy 1943-45
1947
Reformed and change of arm as:
General Headquarters Signal Reporting Regiment (The Kensington Regiment)
Re-designated as:
Signal Reporting Regiment (Princess Louise's Kensington Regiment)
1949
Re-designated as:
Army Phantom Signal Regiment (Princess Louise's Kensington Regiment)
1961
Re-designated as:
41st Signal Regiment, Royal Corps of Signals (Princess Louise's Kensington Regiment)
1967
Reduced to squadron strength within the 31st (Greater London) Signal Regiment (Volunteers)
as:
41st (Princess Louise's Kensington) Signal Squadron, 31st (Greater London) Signal
Regiment, Royal Corps of Signals (Volunteers)
1987
Re-designated as:
41st (Princess Louise's Kensington) Signal Squadron, 31st Signal Regiment, Royal
Corps of Signals (Volunteers)
1996
Re-designated as:
41st (Princess Louise's Kensington) Signal Squadron, 31st (City of London) Signal
Regiment, Royal Corps of Signals (Volunteers)
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