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India - Aux

The Indian volunteer regiments were originally local civilian volunteer corps tasked with local security. A reorganization of the units occured in 1920. Volunteers enrolled for an indefinite period but could be discharged after four years (or upon reaching the age of 45).

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Click to see Military components Bombay Volunteer Rifles 1877-00-00 Sylvia Murphy
Click to see Military components Lumsdens Horse - Bengal 1903-00-00 H S Pearce

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