7th Regiment of Punjab Infantry
Known as 19th Punjabis
- 1857 raised as 7th Regiment of Punjab Infantry from loyal elements of the 2nd and 7th Punjab Police Battalions
- 1861 became 19th Bengal Native Infantry
- 1864 became 19th (Punjab) Bengal Native Infantry
- 1885 became 19th (Punjab) Bengal Infantry
- 1901 became 19th Punjab Infantry
- 1922 became 1st/14th Punjab Regiment
- 1947 allocated to Pakistan on Partition
- 19th Punjabis British Empire website
- 19th Punjabis Wikipedia
- 14th Punjab Regiment Wikipedia
- 14th Punjab Regiment, an extract from John Gaylor's book Sons of John Company. Defence Journal Karachi August 1999, now archived.
- 14th Punjab Regiment Burma Star Association
- Pakistan: The Punjab Regiment to 1957 by Babur Mahmood September 1, 2002 orbat.com, now archived.
- "The Battle of Dushak" 1918 pages 126-127 Turkmenistan by Paul Brummell 2005 Google Books. The 1/19th Punjabi Infantry and the 28th Light Cavalry took part in this action, part of the Malleson Mission in Transcaspia. See Norperforce for more details of this Mission, part of the First World War
Historical books online
- The History of the 1st Battalion 14th Punjab Regiment Sherdil-Ki-Paltan Late XIX Punjabis by Lt.Col G.H.Thompson and others, originally published 1946 is available in a reprint edition, which in turn is available as an online book on the Ancestry owned pay website fold3 (located in World War II/Military Books/Britain, under letter T).
- A varied life: a record of military and civil service, of sport and of travel in India, Central Asia and Persia 1849 -1902 by Gen. Sir Thomas Edward Gordon. 1906 Archive.org. He initially served in the British Army with the 61st Regiment of Foot, with the 52nd (briefly), became on attachment, 2nd in command, and then in command, of the 7th Punjab Infantry, Bengal Army for approximately 20 months, during the Indian Mutiny, page 21.
- "Despatch from General Sir G.F. Milne Commanding in Chief, the Army of The Black Sea dated 11 August 1920" The London Gazette Supplement Publication date: 7 January 1921 Supplement: 32184 Pages: 159-175. From the date of the signature of the Armistice with Turkey to the date of the signature of the Turkish Peace Treaty (10th August 1020). Indian Army regiments mentioned: 28th Light Cavalry, 19th Punjabis, 1/21st Punjabis, 1/25th Punjabis and 1/54th Sikhs.
- Also see Norperforce
- On Secret Patrol in High Asia by L V S Blacker, Captain, The Guides 1922 Archive.org. The author spent three years in Turkistan and Khurasan. The Introduction mentions the exploits of the 19th Punjabis.
- History of the 1st Battalion 14th Punjab Regiment Sherdil-Ki-Paltan Late XIX Punjabis by Lt.Col G.H.Thompson and others 1946 Naval & Military Press reprint edition.