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Campbellpur was the headquarters of Attock District in the Rawalpindi Division of Punjab Province during the British period. Now called Attock, it is a city located off the Grand Trunk (GT) Road. It is not to be confused with the town of Attock (or Attock Khurd) on the banks of the River Indus.
A Machine Gun School was established at Campbellpur during the First World War.
Modern name: Attock (1985)
Campbellpore Imperial Gazeteer of india
- Wikipedia, Attock version accessed 1st March 2010
- Nine years on the north-west frontier of India: from 1854-1863, page 344 by Sir Sydney Cotton 1868 Google Books
- See 25th Motor Machine Gun Battery (Calcutta Volunteers), which quotes from Chota Sahib... You've Had a Busy Day, the autobiography of Charles Nida.
- Imperial Gazetteer of India : Provincial Series Punjab Volume II The Lahore, Rawalpindi and Multan Divisions and Native States, page 184 1908 Archive.org