The Quetta earthquake happened on 31 May 1935 and measured 7.7 on the Richter scale. An estimated 30,000 to 60,000 people died.
- 1935 Quetta Earthquake Dawn
- Queen's Royal Surrey Accounts
- Down Memory Lane: Disaster at Quetta—The Great Earthquake of 1935 by Capt (Retd) A A Jilani. Extracts from the Royal Corps of Signals Journal UK. defencejournal.com
- 1935 Quetta Earthquake: remembering its victims, their rescuers, and, are we prepared for ‘the Big one’ Nasir Ali‘s Quetta Valley Blog
- Scroll down to an Account of the Quetta Earthquake by Mrs F Maddocks, whose husband Frank Maddocks was attached to the Indian Army Ordnance Corps. Originally appeared in the North Devon Journal under the title "Quetta, City Of Sorrow". The Journal date given appears incorrect-possibly it may be March 14th, 1936. Maddocks Family History. Retrieved 23 October 2014.
- "The Quetta Earthquake" by CP Skrine The Geographical Journal Volume 88, No. 5, November 1936, pages 414-428 may be read online for free by registering for a MyJSTOR account. For more details see Miscellaneous tips
- 1. "A Seismological Study of the Baluchistan (Quetta) Earthquake of May 31,1935" by K.R. Ramanathan and S.M. Mukherji (1938): Records of the Geological Survey of India,Vol. 73, Part 4, Page 483-513. 2. "Preliminary Geological Report on the Baluchistan (Quetta) Earthquake of May 31st, 1935" by W.D. West (1936): Records of the Geological Survey of India, Vol. LXIX, Part 2, Page 203- 240 www.scribd.com
- "Quetta: When a city crumbled" qissa-khwani.com
- Images: Quetta earthquake 1935 including a map of “Disposition Of Troops for Rescue Work” 31 May 1935. Balochistan Archives