Known as the 2nd Baluch (Beluch, Belooch, Beloochi) Battalion in the Bombay Army
Known as the 29th (Duke of Connaught's Own) Regiment of Bombay Infantry in the Indian Army
- 1846 raised as the 2nd Baluch Battalion
- 1858 became 2nd Baluch Extra Battalion of Bombay Native Infantry
- 1859 became 2nd Bombay Baluch Regiment
- 1861 became the 29th Regiment of Bombay Native Infantry
- 1883 became 29th (Duke of Connaught's Own) Regiment of Bombay Native Infantry
- 1888 became 29th (Duke of Connaught's Own) Regiment of Bombay Infantry
- 1903 became 129th Duke of Connaught's Own Baluchis
- 1922 4th Bn (Duke of Connaught's Own), 10th Baluch Regiment
- 1947 allocated to Pakistan on Partition
- The Fourth Battalion, Duke of Connaught's Own. Tenth Baluch Regiment in the Great War, 129th D.C.O. Baluchis by W. S. Thatcher. 1932. Available at the British Library, UIN: BLL01001795355 .
- Sample pages, including Contents. Google Books.
- 129th Baluchis Wikipedia
- 129th Duke of Connaught's Own Baluchis British Empire website
- 10th Baluch Regiment Wikipedia
- Image: The 29th (Duke of Connaught's Own) Bombay Native Infantry on firing exercise. Coloured lithograph by Richard Simkin, c. 1885. Wikipedia
- Watercolour by Charles James Lyall: 1903. 29th Baluch Infantry in undress Brown Digital Repository, Brown University Library.
- Khudadad Khan VC Wikipedia
- Khudadad Khan and Ghulam Haider of the 129th (Duke of Connaught's Own) Baluchis For his remarkable courage, at the village of Hollebeke, near Ypres in Belgium, Khudadad Khan was the first Indian soldier to be awarded the Victoria Cross. The regiment later served in East Africa. cwgc.org, now an archived page.
- "Why I feel so privileged to take possession of the first Victoria Cross awarded to a Muslim" by Lord Ashcroft June 9, 2016 conservativehome.com. Subadar Khudadad Khan, 129th Duke of Connaught’s Own Baluchis, then a sepoy, for actions on the Western Front on 31 October 1914.
- The 129th Duke of Connaught’s Own Baluchis. German East Africa, October 1916 to January 1917 from Harry Fecitt’s Harry’s Africa kaiserscross.com
- 10th Baluch Regiment Defence Journal Karachi June 1999, now archived. Probably an extract from Sons Of John Company by John Gaylor
- History of The Baloch Regiment 1820-1939 The Colonial Period Defence Journal Karachi October 2000, now archived.
- History of The Baloch Regiment 1939-1956 Defence Journal Karachi November 2000, now archived.
- Page 3 of "The International Prisoners-of-War Agency. The ICRC in World War One". html version, pdf An eleven page 2007 document setting out the type of records available. Page 3 of the file mentions three POWs in Germany, from the 129th Baluchis, together with one from the 127th Baluchis captured at La Bassée on the Western Front on 20 December 1914. Retrieved 5 August 2014
Historical books online
- Report from the Select Committee on Mortality of Troops (China) Reports from Committees 1866 Volume XV Ordered to be printed, by The House of Commons, 24 July 1866. Google Books
- There are brief mentions of the 2nd Belooch Battalion in Shanghai, China and Yokohama, Japan, c 1864, see page 143, pages 163-164, pages 193-194 page 228, page 351. Further references may be found using the search tern Beloochees
- 2 companies of the regiment were sent from China to Japan to serve as a guard to the British legation.
- Also see 2nd China War.
- Josh&Historyland. 2nd Beluch/Belooch/Beloochi Regiment at Yokohama 1863-1865 Victorian Wars Forum 8 March 2018. Retrieved 9 March 2018.