10th Gurkha Rifles
Refer to general article Gurkha Rifles
- 1890 Raised by Lt Col C R Macgregor as 1st Regiment of Burma Infantry by amalgamation of 10th Madras Infantry and The Kubo Valley Military Police Battalion
- 1890 became the 10th (Burma) Regiment of Madras Infantry
- 1891 became the 10th Regiment (1st Burma Battalion) of Madras Infantry
- 1892 became the 10th Regiment (1st Burma Rifles) of Madras Infantry
- 1895 became the 10th Regiment (1st Burma Gurkha Rifles) of Madras Infantry
- 1901 became the 10th Gurkha Rifles
- 1908 2nd Battalion raised by Lt Col G H C Colomb from a wing of the 1st Battalion.
- 1947 allocated to Britain on Partition
- 1948 became the 10th Gurkha Rifles, The Gurkha Regiment
- 1949 became the 10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles
- 1990 united with 2nd King Edward VII’s Own Gurkha Rifles (The Sirmoor Rifles), 6th Queen Elizabeth’s Own Gurkha Rifles, and 7th Duke of Edinburgh’s Own Gurkha Rifles, to form 3rd Battalion, The Royal Gurkha Rifles
- Regt Centres- 1st Battn = Maymyo. 2nd Battn = Almora 
- Uniform - Dark Green with Black Facings. 
- History of the 10th Gurkha Rifles, the First Battalion, 1890- 1921 by Brian Reginald Mullaly 1924. Available at the British Library UIN: BLL01007254906
- Bugle and Kukri : the story of the 10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles by Brian Reginald Mullaly 1957. Available online, refer below.
- The story of the regiment to the time of the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
- Bugle & Kukri : the story of 10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles. Vol.2 by R. W. L. McAlister. 1984 Available at the British Library UIN: BLL01008818812
- The years 1948 to 1975.
- Bugle and Kukri : the story of the 10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles. Vol.3 by P.T.C. Pearson. 2000. Available at the British Library UIN: BLL01008818813
- The years 1975 to 1994.
- Britain's Brigade of Gurkhas : the 2nd K.E.O. Goorkha Rifles, the 6th Q.E.O. Gurkha Rifles, the 7th D.E.O. Gurkha Rifles and the 10th P.M.O. Gurkha Rifles by E.D. Smith. Originally published 1973, and reprinted 1982. Series: Famous regiments. Available at the British Library UIN: BLL01007379549
First World War
Regimental War Diaries are available from the National Archives, Kew, England. Note that many of these are hand written, however transcribed editions are available for Gallipoli, for the 10th Gurkha Rifles and for the 29th Indian Infantry Brigade, of which the 10th Gurkha Rifles was a part, edited by Martin Gillott. publisher Great War Diaries, in Kindle editions which have a Search facility (anyone with Kindle Unlimited can read them for free). (Download of a free Kindle App is available, you don't need Kindle).
For National Archives references, and Theatres of War, refer External Links below.
- 10th Gurkha Rifles www.regiments.org
- 10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles Wikipedia
- Royal Gurkha Rifles Wikipedia
- "A short history of the 10th Princess Mary's own Gurkha Rifles" 1990. Researched, written and edited by DF Harding MA FRAS, late 10 GR, incorporating material from an earlier edition by Maj (later Col) MG Allen for the period 1890-1975. Comprehensive history published by the 10GR Regimental Trust. 10gr.com, now an archived website.
- WW1 National Archives War Diary catalogue references, collaborativecollections.org:
- 1st Battalion 10th Gurkha Rifles Theatres of War: Mesopotamia and North Persia
- 2nd Battalion 10th Gurkha Rifles Theatres of War: Egypt, Palestine and Syria; Gallipoli; Mesopotamia and North Persia; India and East Persia
- For Gallipoli, the 29th Indian Infantry Brigade War Diary is also very relevant.
- The Gurkha Museum Peninsula Barracks, Winchester, Hampshire, England. Covers the 2nd, 6th, 7th and 10th Gurkha Rifles, those Gurkha Regiments which became part of the British Army.
Historical books online
- Handbooks for the Indian Army: Gurkhas. Compiled under the orders of the Government by Lieut- Colonel Eden Vansittart 2nd Bn 10th Gurkha Rifles. revised by Major B U Nicolay 1st Bn, 4th Gurkha Rifles 1915 (Reprint 1918), Catalogued as Gurkhas (1915): Archive.org version, mirror edition from Digital Library of India
- Bugle and Kukri : the story of the 10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles by Brian Reginald Mullaly 1957. Link to a pdf download PAHAR Mountains of Central Asia Dataset. If the Download button does not display, look under Books/Nepal from the toolbar at the top of the website.
- The Gurkhas Archive.org version , mirror edition from Digital Library of India. A regimental history. This appears to be a reprint edition, for which no author is given, and which advises first published 1960. However the text refers to events in 1964. The most likely publication appears to be The Gurkhas by Harold James and Denis Sheil-Small published 1965, London.
- The Gurkhas by James, 1965. Link to a pdf download, PAHAR Mountains of Central Asia Digital Dataset.
- Indian Army List, January 1920
- Likeness of uniform flickr.com – 10th Gurkha Rifles