The 32nd Indian Armoured Division was an armoured division of the Indian Army during World War II. It was formed in April 1941, as the 2nd Armoured Division, renamed the 33rd in December. It never saw any combat and was broken up to form the 44th Airborne Division in 1943.
- 26th Hussars
- 45th Cavalry
- 4/4th Bombay Grenadiers
- 158th Regiment RAC
- 159th Regiment RAC
- 5th King Edward's Own Probyn's Horse
- 9th Royal Deccan Horse
- 116th Regiment RAC
- 19th King George's Own Lancers
73rd Indian Infantry Brigade
The brigade was formed in July 1942, at Poona in India. The brigade was supposed to be the Infantry brigade component of the 32nd Indian Armoured Division, but was disbanded in April 1943, when the armoured division was disbanded.
- 7th Anti Tank Regiment, Indian Artillery
- 123rd Field Regiment, Royal Artillery
- 33rd Field Squadron, Indian Engineers (IE)
- 36th Field Squadron, IE
- 40th Field Park Squadron, IE 
- The Indian Army 1914-1947 By Ian Sumner, p.25
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- "73 Infantry Brigade Subordanates". Order of Battle. http://www.ordersofbattle.com/UnitData.aspx?UniX=6170&Tab=Sub. Retrieved 2009-10-19.
- "32 Indian Armoured Division". Order of Battle. http://www.ordersofbattle.com/UnitData.aspx?UniX=6135&Tab=Sub. Retrieved 2009-10-15.
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