Topic: AIF & MEF & EEF
Order Of Battle of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force, April 1916
Part 7, 4th Australian Division
As part of the Official British War History of the Great War, Captain Cyril Falls and Lieutenant General George MacMunn were commissioned to produce a commentary on the Sinai, Palestine and Syrian operations that took place. In 1928, their finished work, Military Operations, Egypt and Palestine - From the outbreak of war with Germany to June 1917, was published in London. Their book included Appendix 2 which specifically detailed the Order Of Battle of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force, April 1916 and is extracted below.
MacMunn, G. & Falls, C., Military operations: Egypt and Palestine, (London 1930), p. 385:
4th Australian Division.
Major-General Sir H. V. Cox, K.C.M.G,,
G.S.O. 1 -
Captain (temp. Lieut.-Colonel) D. J. C. K. Bernard.
Lieut-Colonel (temp. Brig.-General) C. Rosenthal, C.B.
Major (temp. Lieut.-Colonel) G. C. E. Elliott.
4th Australian Infantry Brigade.
Colonel (temp. Brig.-General) J. Monash, C.B.
16th Battalion;4th Machine-Gun Company.
12th Australian Infantry Brigade.
Major (temp. Lieut.-Colonel) D. J. Glasfurd.
48th Battalion;12th Machine-Gun Company.
13th Australian Infantry Brigade.
Lieut.-Colonel D. W. Glasgow, D.S.O.
52nd Battalion;13th Machine-Gun Company.
Mounted Troops -
"B" Sqdn., 13th Light Horse Regiment.
4th Divisional Cyclist Company.
X Field Artillery Brigade.
XI Field Artillery Brigade,
XII Field Artillery Brigade.
XXIV Howitzer Brigade.
4th Divisional Ammunition Column.
4th Field Company.
12th Field Company.
13th Field Company.
Signal Service -
4th Divisional Signal Company.
4th Pioneer Battalion.
7th, 14th, 26th and 27th Coys., A.A.S.C.
Medical Units -
4th, 12th and 13th Field Ambulances.