120th Rajputana Infantry
Known as the 20th Regiment of Bombay Native Infantry in the Bombay Army
Known as 120th Rajputana Infantry in the Indian Army
- 1817 formed as 2nd Battalion 10th Regiment of Bombay Native Infantry
- 1824 became 20th Regiment of Bombay Native Infantry
- 1885 became 20th Regiment of Bombay Infantry
- 1901 became 20th Bombay Infantry
- 1903 became 120th Rajputana Infantry
- 1922 became 2nd (Prince of Wales's Own) Battalion 6th Rajputana Rifles
- 1945 became 2nd (Prince of Wales's Own) Battalion Rajputana Rifles
- 1947 allocated to India on Partition
The History of the 2/6th Rajputana Rifles - Prince of Wales's Own by H. G. Rawlinson. [With plates]. Published 1936. Available at the British Library UIN: BLL01001795392
- 120th Rajputana Infantry Wikipedia
- 120th Rajputana Infantry British Empire website
- 6th Rajputana Rifles Wikipedia
- Rajputana Rifles Wikipedia
- Listen to the 1976 interview with Henry Hampton Rich British officer served with 120th Rajputana Infantry in Mesopotamia, 1915-1916, including siege of Kut-el-Amara; POW in Turkey, 1916-1918. Catalogue number 766. Imperial War Museums.
- Manuscript diary of Lieutenant Charles Mosse, 120th Rajputana Rifles between 16 July 1914 and 28 September 1915 in Mesopotamia, now Iraq. nam.ac.uk.
- Photograph: Captain Charles Mosse, 120th Rajputana Infantry, with his dog in Waziristan, 1920. Includes details of WW1 service in Mesopotamia. Second photograph nam.ac.uk.