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25TH (COUNTY OF LONDON) (CYCLIST) BATTALION THE LONDON REGIMENT

1908
25th (County of London) (Cyclist) Battalion, The London Regiment The Great War Three Battalions formed
1914
1st / 25th Cyclist Battalion 2nd / 25th Cyclist Battalion
1915
3rd / 25th Cyclist Battalion
1916
Re-designated as a Territorial Battalion of The Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own) without change of titile 3rd / 25th Cyclist Battalion combined with 3rd / 10th Battalion to become: 10th (Reserve) Battalion
Location of operations
   
1st / 25th Cyclist Battalion 
2nd / 25th Cyclist Battalion
1917         
Waziristan
1919
Afghanistan

Battle Honours awarded to 25th (County of London) (Cyclist) Battalion, The London Regiment:

North West Frontier India 1917, Afghanistan 1919

1920
Reformed and amalgamated with: 47th Divisional Signals Company, Royal Engineers

To become: 47th ( 2nd London) Divisional Signals, Royal Corps of Signals 1936 Re-designated as: London Corps Signals, Royal Corps of Signals

1939
On duplication of the Territorial Army re-designated as: 2nd Corps Signals, Royal Corps of Signals 5th Corps Signals, Royal Corps of Signals
1940
2nd Corps Signals, Royal Corps of Signals re-designated as:

6th Corps Signals, Royal Corps of Signals 1941 6th Corps Signals, Royal Corps of Signals re-designated as:

3rd Corps Signals, Royal Corps of Signals

Location of operations
2nd Corps Signals, Royal Corps of Signals
5th Corps Signals, Royal Corps of Signals
1940
Dunkirk
1943
Tunisia
1944
Italy
1947
Reformed as:
23rd (Southern) Corps Signals Regiment, Royal Corps of Signals
1955
Re-designated as:
2nd Corps Signals Regiment (London), Royal Corps of Signals
1958
Re-designated as:
2nd (London) Signal Regiment, Royal Corps of Signals
1960
Re-designated as:
47th (London) Signal Regiment, Royal Corps of Signals
1961
Amalagamated with:
40th Signal Regiment, Royal Corps of Signals (Middlesex Yeomanry)
[formerly: 1st County of London Yeomanry (Middlesex Duke of Cambridge's Hussars)]
To become:
47th Signal Regiment, Royal Corps of Signals (Middlesex Yeomanry)
1967
Amalgamated with:
41st Signal Regiment, Royal Corps of Signals (Princess Louise's Kensington)
[formerly: 13th (County of London) Battalion, The London Regiment (Kensington)]
To become:
47th (Middlesex Yeomanry) Signal Squadron, 31st (Greater London) Signal Regiment,
Royal Corps of Signals (Volunteers)
1987
Re-designated as:
47th (Middlesex Yeomanry) Signal Squadron, 31st Signal Regiment,
Royal Corps of Signals (Volunteers)
1994
Re-designated as:
47th (Middlesex Yeomanry) Signal Squadron, 31st (City of London) Signal Regiment,
Royal Corps of Signals (Volunteers)
1995
Squadron re-roled and transferred as:
47th (Middlesex Yeomanry) Signal Squadron, Headquarters 2 (National
Communications) Signal Brigade Command and Control Squadron part of
39th (Skinners) Signal Regiment (Volunteers), Royal Corps of Signals
2006
Squadron transferred as:
47th (Middlesex Yeomanry) Signal Squadron, 71st (Yeomanry) Signal Regiment,
Royal Corps of Signals
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