30th Punjabis (Men-at-Arms, Volume 31) by James Lawford

By James Lawford

This ebook examines the uniforms, gear, historical past and association of the thirtieth Punjabis, from 1857 to their provider in international warfare II. Uniforms are proven in complete illustrated detail.

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He is wearing the long ceremonial safa, the normal safa with a shamla standing up being only half its length. The safa itself is khaki drill with a gold kullah on top and gold fringe edged with red. From Regimental photographs taken in Kohat, 1942. , the rank of naik corresponded to the British Army corporal. This figure is in review order, and again wears the ceremonial safa. The badges on his upper arm are sergeant's stripes, while those on the lower part of his right arm are good conduct stripes.

Few who took part will ever forget the last three hours' climbing towards a skyline that for ever receded. However, as the darkness began to lighten, the never-ending ascent, incredibly, came to an end. The ground no longer rose, instead it fell sharply away. In the pale light of dawn a village could be seen through the trees in the valley below. After a little discussion and compass work, it was confidently identified as Shongphel. Colonel Newell now ordered 'B' Company to dig in on the ridge to form a firm base in the event of trouble, while the rest of the Battalion led by 'C' Company pressed along it to the col.

Layard. of rank were worn. This havildar is in the 31st Punjabis, the link battalion with the 30th. A A2 Sepoy, service dress, 1857 A rear view of the figure depicted in At. His service dress accoutrements include white crossbelts, rifle sling, a canvas knapsack painted black, and an ammunition box suspended below the knapsack. On top of the knapsack appears a 'lohar' of polished brass. The uniform is based on prints by Akermann and engravings by F. Layard. A3 Native Officer, full dress, 1857 This officer, again of the 28th Bengal Infantry, is in full dress and wears the shako.

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