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British Northern Ireland District on 3 September 1939

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Northern Ireland District on 3 September 1939

Northern Ireland District: HQ Belfast
    
	Northern Ireland 

	Regular Troops in the District

		The Northern Ireland District Signal Company, RCS: Belfast
		2nd Battalion, The South Wales Borderers: Londonderry
		1st Battalion, The East Lancashire Regiment: Holywood
		2nd Battalion, The Northamptonshire Regiment: Ballykinler
		2nd Battalion, The Royal Sussex Regiment: Belfast
		HQ Royal Artillery: Belfast
			Belfast Fire Command: Belfast
		Depot, The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers: Omagh
		Depot, The Royal Ulster Rifles: Armagh

	Territorial Army Troops in the District

		188th (Antrim) Independent Heavy Battery, R.A. (T.A.)
			HQ: Great Victoria Road, Belfast
		The Antrim (Fortress) RE: Belfast

	Supplementary Reserve Troops in the District

		The North Irish Horse: North Road, Belfast

		3rd Anti-Aircraft Brigade, Supplementary Reserve: HQ Belfast
			3rd (Ulster) Searchlight Regiment, R.A. (S.R.)
				HQ, 10th, 11th Btys: Belfast
				9th Bty: Clonaver, Strandtown
				12th Bty: Lurgan
			8th (Belfast) Anti-Aircraft Regiment, R.A. (S.R.)
				HQ, 21st-23rd AA Btys: Belfast
				5th Light AA Bty: Newtownards
			9th (Londonderry) Anti-Aircraft Regiment, R.A. (S.R.)
				HQ, 24th-25th AA Btys: Londonderry
				26th AA Bty: Ballymena
				6th Light AA Bty: Coleraine

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