110 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA (TA) was converted in January 1942 from 7th Battalion The Dorsetshire Regiment. The Regiment , from March 1942, was the divisional LAA Regiment of 43 Infantry Division. It went with the division to France shortly after D Day. Fighting through France, Belgium, Holland and Germany, it finished up in Bremen, Germany. 110 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA (TA) was placed in suspended animation in March 1946 in NW Europe.
Illustrations of the formation badges under which a unit served or supported are given. This is no guarantee that the unit used this formations badge.
|Jan 42||Formed from 7th Battalion
The Dorsetshire Regiment
|Jan 42||Anti-Aircraft Command||UK|
|Mar 42||43 Infantry Division||Kent, UK|
|Apr 44||43 Infantry Division||Hastings, Sussex, UK|
|Jun 44||43 Infantry Division||Bayeux, France|
|Aug 44||43 Infantry Division||Vernon, France|
|Sep 44||43 Infantry Division||Nijmegen, Holland|
|Nov 44||43 Infantry Division||Geilenkirchen, Germany|
|Feb 45||43 Infantry Division||Reichswald, Germany|
|Mar 45||43 Infantry Division||Xanten, Germany|
|May 45||43 Infantry Division||Bremen, Germany|
|Jan 42||360, 361, 362|