14th Indian Infantry Division
For the World War I formation see 14th Indian Division
The Indian 14th Infantry Division was an infantry division of the Indian Army during World War II. It fought in the Arakan Campaign 1942-1943, and was subsequently converted into a Training Division, providing drafts of replacements for units of the Fourteenth Army during the Burma Campaign.
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