Hagedud Ha’ivri (Jewish Legion/Brigade in World War I British Army)

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The Jewish Legion was the name for five battalions of Jewish volunteers established during World War I as the British Army's 38th Battalion, 39th Battalion, 40th Battalion, 41st Battalion and 42nd Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers. The initial unit, known as the Zion Mule Corps.

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