1st Royal Naval Brigade
The brigade was raised in August 1914, from surplus naval reserves. By April 1915, it was known as 1st (Royal Naval) Brigade, but was re-designated as 1st Brigade on 2 August 1915. The Brigade was broken up on 2 July 1916, the staff joining the 3rd (Royal Marine) Brigade.
The infantry battalions did not all serve at once, but all were assigned to the brigade during the war.
- 1st (Drake) Battalion
- 2nd (Hawke) Battalion
- 3rd (Benbow) Battalion
- 4th (Collingwood) Battalion
- 5th (Nelson) Battalion
- 7th (Hood) Battalion
- 12th (Deal) Battalion
- 2/4th (City of London) Battalion, London Regiment
- 188th Machine Gun Company[dead link]
- "63rd (Royal Naval) Division". The Long Long Trail. Retrieved 26 January 2012.
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