5th Regiment of Bengal (Light) Infantry
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Known as 5th Light Infantry
- 1861 became 5th Bengal Native (Light) Infantry
- 1885 became 5th Bengal (Light) Infantry
- 1903 became 5th Light Infantry
- 1922 disbanded
- 5th Light Infantry Wikipedia
- 5th Light Infantry British Empire website
- 1915 Singapore Mutiny Wikipedia
- A History of the First World War in 100 moments: The mutiny that sent a ripple of fear through the Empire by Peter Popham 22 April 2014. independent.co.uk (retrieved 26 April 2014). A revolt 15 February 1915 by a regiment of Indian troops in Singapore, the 5th Light Infantry Regiment of the Indian Army, was nearly disastrous for Britain.
- "The Mutiny. Execution of Twenty-Two Renegades" The Straits Times, 26 March 1915, page 7 eresources.nlb.gov.sg
- Shot As Signal For Mutiny. Graphic Story Of Riot At Singapore The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial [Sydney, NSW] Saturday 19 June 1915. trove.nla.gov.au
- Bloodshed in Singapore: Wartime Mutiny disclosures The West Australian Thursday 4 April 1935. trove.nla.gov.au
- Singapore Memory: The Mutiny of 1915 The Sydney Morning Herald Thursday 16 January 1936. trove.nla.gov.au
- Subsequent letter to the Editor The Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 18 January 1936. trove.nla.gov.au
- The Diary of Sergeant Ben Nicholas 1914 to 1917. 4th (Service Battalion) Kings Shropshire Light Infantry. "A record of his exploits in India, Burma, Singapore and Malaysia during World War One". Includes the 1915 Singapore Mutiny. html version pdf wulfrunianinlondon.files
- Singapore: A Mutiny Like No Other by Joseph Hammond February 10, 2015 The Diplomat
- "Indian Mutiny In Singapore, 1915: People Who Observed The Scene And People Who Heard The News" by Sho Kuwajima, Emeritus Professor of South Asian Studies, Osaka University. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies 11, 1 (June 2009): 375-84. To access the link, copy and paste either of the following URLs into your browser http://www.nzasia.org.nz/downloads/NZJAS-June09/25_Kuwajima_3.pdf https://web.archive.org/web/20180223165829/http://www.nzasia.org.nz/downloads/NZJAS-June09/25_Kuwajima_3.pdf or Google the title.
- "Singapore 1915 Sepoy Mutiny and Alexandra Barracks" October 16, 2016. amazingwalks
- "Anglo-Japanese Naval Cooperation, 1914-1918" by Timothy D. Saxon Naval War College Review Winter 2000, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p62 . Website of Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia, USA. Includes the statement "Japanese warships rendered a new form of assistance to Great Britain in February 1915, when they helped to suppress a revolt by Indian soldiers stationed in Singapore".
- "The Johore Military Force and the 1915 Singapore Mutiny" by Sabri Zain 12 June 2014. "The Real Malay".
- Soldiers’ Stories: [Diary extracts] Major Charles Stooks. The diary of Major Charles Stooks of the 5th Light Infantry reveals the difficulties faced by those involved in the final conquest of Germany’s West African colony of Kamerun. nam.ac.uk
- "Atonement: The 5th Light Infantry Regiment in German Kamerun, August 1915 to February 1916" by Harry Fecitt, April 2015. html version, pdf gweaa.com
- "The 5th Light Infantry In East Africa March 1916 – January 1918" by Harry Fecitt, April 2015. html version, pdf gweaa.com
Historical books online
- "The Tragedy at Singapore" page 105 Turmoil and Tragedy in India, 1914 and After by Lieut.-General Sir George MacMunn 1935 Archive.org/Digital Library of India Collection. The book is catalogued as Turmoil The Tragedy In India 1914.
- Lauterbach of the China Sea : the Escapes and Adventures of a Seagoing Falstaff by Lowell Thomas, 1930 Archive.org. During WW1 Julius Lauterbach was navigator on the German SMS Emden and subsequently was a prisoner in Singapore at Tangling prison camp page 95, and helped ferment dissatisfaction which led to the Singapore Mutiny, during which he escaped and fled, initially to Sumatra.
- "A Lady’s Experiences in the Singapore Mutiny" page 781 Blackwood’s Magazine, no 198 July-December 1915. Archive.org