10th (The Prince of Wales's Own) Royal Hussars
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Also known as 10th Light Dragoons
- 1715 raised as Humphrey Gore's Regiment of Dragoons
- 1751 renamed the 10th Regiment of Dragoons
- 1783 became the 10th (Prince of Wales's Own) Regiment of (Light) Dragoons
- 1806 became the 10th (Prince of Wales's Own) Regiment of (Light) Dragoons (Hussars)
- 1861 became the 10th (The Prince of Wales's Own) Royal Hussars
- 1921 became the 10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales's Own)
- 1969 amalgamated with the 11th Hussars (Prince Albert's Own) to form The Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales's Own).
Service in British India
- 1846 India
- 1873 Muttra
- 1878 2nd Afghan War
- 1881 Bengal
- 1903 Mhow
- 1908 Rawalpindi
- 1931 Meerut
- 1933 Lucknow
The National Army Museum’s online catalogue lists
- The 10th Hussars gazette: vol 1: 1907; vols 2-3: 1908 – 1910; vols 4-5: 1910 - 1912
- The 10th Royal Hussars gazette : vols 8-9: 1929 – 1930; vol 10: 1930 – 1931; together with later editions
- 10th Royal Hussars Wikipedia
- 10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales's Own) including deployments www.regiments.org, an archived site
- Horsepower, the Museum of the King’s Royal Hussars. Covers 10th and 11th Hussars
- Major Roland Pillinger: A Soldier of the British Empire Family website by Richard Pillinger. Major Pillinger joined the Tenth Royal (Prince of Wales Own) Hussars in Canterbury in 1879 and served until 1913 rising “ by sheer force of character from Private to Major and Quarter-Master”
- Picture Gallery include "Rawal-Pindi 1910" and "India 1902-1912"
- Regimental History 1878-1906 includes extracts from a regimental publication A Short History of the Xth P.O.W. Royal Hussars by Lieut-Colonel John Vaughan and Major Roland Pillinger including Chapter VII "The Afghan War"
- Preface includes reference to, including a drawing of, a Memorial to the Soldiers of the Regiment lost in the Afghan Campaign in 1878-9. One Officer and 46 NCOs and men were drowned crossing the Cabul River and a further 38 men died of cholera on the way back to Rawal Pindi, when an outbreak set upon the Regiment in the Khyber Pass. There is some detail of the tragedy in the Cabul River and the cholera strike in A Short History. The image of the Memorial is also displayed above with all the names clearly visible.
- The Coronation Durbar - Delhi December 1911
- Becoming a Hussar and Service in British India. William Maurice "Pat" Armstrong served as an officer in India with the 10th Hussars for 3 years from 1910 until the summer of 1912, when the regiment was moved to South Africa. Includes images, including a list of the clothes and equipment necessary, including a Leopard Skin (required as horse equipment). University of Limerick WW1 Online Exhibition.
- Ford o' Kabul River The river disaster of the 10th Hussars 31 March 1879 by Garen Ewing garenewing.co.uk
- Memorials: Afghanistan 1878 - 1880: Cavalry Regiments includes 10th Hussars deaths by drowning. From Stephen Lewis’ Soldiers Memorials
- Hansard 07 August 1879 vol 249 cc391-2. A question regarding cholera deaths in the 10th Hussars
- Image: Player’s Cigarette Card: Officer, 10th Hussars 1878-1880 flickr.com
- King's Royal Hussars Wikipedia
- The Battle of Futtehabadbritishbattles.com - includes, amongst others, an image of Officers of the 10th Hussars at Jellalabad in 1879.
Historical books online
- Historical record of the Tenth, the Prince of Wales's Own Royal Regiment of Hussars containing an account of the formation of the regiment in 1715, and of its subsequent services to 1842 1843 Archive.org
- Soldiering in Sunshine and Storm: From India to the Crimea and Home by William Douglas (Private, 10th Royal Hussars.) 1865 Google Books. The initial chapter describes the regiment's life in India from 1846 until it left for the Crimea in December 1854.