14th Ferozepore Sikhs was raised in 1846 after First Anglo-Sikh War from former soldiers of Sikh army. The Regiment originally recruited local Sikhs and Punjabi Muslims but in 1866, Punjabi Muslims were phased out and the regiment became a single class regiment of Sikhs. In the 1922 reorganization, 14th Ferozepore Sikhs was designated 1st Battalion of 11th Sikh Regiment.

The regiment is best known for their part in the Third Battle of Krithia at Gully Ravine on 4th June suffering casualties of 12 British officers out of 15 and 11 Indian officers out of 14. In addition, they lost 380 men out of 514 dead and wounded.

You can purchase both the Hardback and Paperback direct form the publisher (post free in theUK) by going to our sales page

Or they are available from Amazon