16th Punjab Regiment
The 16th Punjab Regiment was formed in 1922 by the amalgamation of five existing regiments and consisted of four regular battalions and a training battalion
- 1st Battalion – 30th Punjabis
- 2nd Battalion – 31st Punjabis
- 3rd Battalion – 33rd Punjabis
- 4th Battalion – 9th Bhopal Infantry
- 10th (Training) Battalion – 46th Punjabis.
At Independence in 1947 the 16th Punjab Regiment was allocated to Pakistan, and in 1956 amalgamated into the Punjab Regiment, (along with the 1st, 14th and 15th Punjab Regiments) with Regimental Centre now at Mardan.
- Solah Punjab: The History of the 16th Punjab Regiment. Edited by J. P. Lawford and W. E. Catto 1967. Available at the British Library
- 16th Punjab Regiment Wikipedia
- 16th Punjab Regiment, an extract from John Gaylor's book Sons of John Company. Defence Journal Karachi May 1999, now archived.
- Pakistan: The Punjab Regiment to 1957 by Babur Mahmood September 1, 2002 orbat.com, now archived.
- "Cover-ups and the Singapore Traitor Affair" by Peter Elphick 28 November 2001, abc.net.au, now archived. Presented at the Fall of Singapore 60th Anniversary Conference National University of Singapore, 16-17 February 2002. Mentions one time member of the 16th Punjab Regiment, Captain Patrick Vaughan Heenan executed on Friday 13th February 1942, two days before Singapore surrendered, for being a traitor.
- Photograph:Bush Jacket, Major, 6/16th Punjab Regiment, Indian Army WW2 Imperial War Museums
- Punjab Regiment pakistanarmy.gov.pk
- Wikipedia article