10th Division


10th Division

10th Division or 10th Infantry Division may refer to:

; Infantry divisions:

* 10th Division (Australia)
* 10th (Irish) Division (United Kingdom)
* 10th Bavarian Infantry Division (German Empire)
* 10th Division (German Empire)
* 10th Ersatz Division (German Empire)
* 10th Reserve Division (German Empire)
* 10th Infantry Division (Germany)
* 10th Division (Imperial Japanese Army)
* 10th Indian Infantry Division
* 10th Division (North Korea)
* 10th Infantry Division (Poland)
* 10th Mountain Division (United States)
* 31st Infantry Division (United States) , formerly the 10th Division, a U.S. National Guard division established in early 1917 consisting of Alabama, Florida, and Georgia

; Armoured divisions:

* 10th Panzer Division (Germany)
* 10th SS Panzer Division Frundsberg (Germany)
* 10th Guards Uralsko-Lvovskaya Tank Division (Soviet Union)
* 10th Armoured Division (United Kingdom)
* 10th Armored Division (United States)

; Aviation divisions:

* 10th Air Division (United States)

ee also

* List of military divisions by number
* 10th Army
* 10th Corps
* 10th Brigade
* 10th Regiment
* 10th Group
* 10th Battalion
* 10th Squadron


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