(in Britain) a standing reserve army originally organized between 1907 and 1908: Full name: Territorial and Volunteer Reserve
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If still abroad at 37, they are entered in Territorial Army list and exempted.The Foundations of Japan | J.W. Robertson Scott
The terms of service are three years with the colours, three in the reserve and four in the Territorial Army.
At the present moment the Territorial Army in Monmouthshire consists exactly of 17 men, all of whom are officers.Wit and Wisdom of Lord Tredegar | Godfrey Charles Morgan
But it is more vital that while the kingdom was in this sense one Territorial Army, the regiments of it were also kingdoms.A Short History of England | G. K. Chesterton
But not only was the army small; it was a Territorial Army; it grew out of the soil.Domesday Book and Beyond | Frederic William Maitland