66th Punjab Regiment
Known as 6th Regiment of Madras Native Infantry in the Madras Army
Known as 66th Punjabis in the Indian Army
- 1759 formed as 7th Battalion Coast Sepoys
- 1769 became 7th Carnatic Battalion
- 1770 became 6th Carnatic Battalion
- 1784 became 6th Madras Battalion
- 1796 became 1st Battalion, 6th Regiment of Madras Native Infantry
- 1824 became 6th Regiment of Madras Native Infantry
- 1885 became 6th Regiment of Madras Infantry
- 1901 became 6th Madras Infantry
- 1903 became 66th Punjabis
- 1922 became 2nd/1st Punjab Regiment
- 1947 allocated to Pakistan on Partition
British Library holdings
Regimental history: The First Punjabis - History of the First Punjab Regiment 1759 - 1956 by Major Mohammed Ibrahim Qureshi, published 1958.
- 66th Punjabis regiments.org
- 66th Punjabis British Empire website
- 1st Punjab Regiment Wikipedia
- 1st Punjab Regiment defencejournal.com Karachi probably June 1999, now an archived webpage
- Pakistan: The Punjab Regiment to 1957 by Babur Mahmood September 1, 2002 orbat.com, now archived.
- Imperial War Museums catalogue entry for a 1945 film "2nd Battalion 1st Punjab Regiment Lead The Way To Singapore"
- Major JW Arthur MC of the 2nd Battalion, 1st Punjab Regiment, WW2 From his diaries, edited by his son scotsatwar.org.uk
- Page 21 Memoirs of the Four-Foot Colonel by Smith Dun. Google Books. The 2nd Battalion, 1st Punjab Regiment was based at Razmak in the late 1930s and then moved to Multan, where in 1939 it was assigned to internal security.
- For more details see Chidley, Ann The First Punjab Regiment Rootsweb India Mailing List 23 August 2011. Retrieved 8 February 2019.