Bengal Irregular Cavalry

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Siege Of Multan - Order of Battle - British Indian Army Regiments
1st Bengal Light Cavalry 5th Bengal Light Cavalry 6th Bengal Light Cavalry 8th Bengal Light Cavalry 3rd Bengal Irregular Cavalry 9th Bengal Irregular Cavalry 11th Bengal Irregular ...
Second Anglo-Sikh War - Battle Honour
... Forty of the honoured units of the Bengal Army were consumed by the Mutiny ... Units awarded this honour were 2nd Bengal Irregular Cavalry - presently 2nd Lancers 1st, 2nd Scinde Irregular Horse - presently Scinde Horse 7th Bengal Irregular Cavalry - presently 3rd Cavalry 17th Bengal. 3rd Bengal Irregular Cavalry, 9th Bengal Irregular Cavalry, 11th Bengal Irregular Cavalry, 12th Bengal Irregular Cavalry, 13th Bengal Irregular Cavalry, 14th Bengal ...
Battle Of Gujrat - Order of Battle - British Indian Army Regiments
1st Bengal Light Cavalry 5th Bengal Light Cavalry 6th Bengal Light Cavalry 8th Bengal Light Cavalry 3rd Bengal Irregular Cavalry 9th Bengal Irregular Cavalry 11th Bengal Irregular ...

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