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What does ICC stand for?

ICC stands for Imperial Camel Corps (UK)

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He says: "Many of the soldiers were Welsh, either from the Welsh Infantry Brigade or Glamorgan Yeomanry cavalrymen retrained to ride with the Imperial Camel Corps.
1918 with the 1st Aust Battalion, Imperial Camel Corps.
Dai was serving with the Imperial Camel Corps north of Jerusalem, who were trying to stop the Turks from entering the city when he was shot in a gun battle at a checkpoint.
Some of the specialist equipment carried by the Signal Section was: 4 Heliographs 4 Electric Signalling Lamps 4 Stands Lamp or Heliograph 16 sets Flags Signalling 4 Telescopes 1 Switchboard 15 Field Telephones Imperial Camel Corps Brigade Train The Brigade Train provided second line transport for the Imperial Camel Brigade.
Imperial Camel Corps The photograph of Temporary Brigadier-General Clement Leslie Smith VC MC appears on page 6 of this issue of Sabretache as part of Jim Underwood's article 'The Organisation of the Imperial Camel Brigade, 1916-1918'.