The Chattri Memorial, The first Gurkha Commemoration site in the United Kingdom.
The Gurkha of Krakow – Kumba Sing Gurung, 8th Gurkha Rifles. Polands only World War Two Gurkha Grave.
The Memorial to the Brigade of Gurkhas, London.
Gouldens Gurkha Statue, ca. 1924, London, Dehradun, Varanasi & Gorakhpur.
A debt of honour, Part 1 of 2 – The Memorial Gates, London, UK.
A debt of honour, Part 2 of 2 – Memorial Pavilion, London, UK.
The International Gurkha Heritage Project.
Cologne Southern Cemetery and A short account of the 2/8th Gurkha Rifles on the Western Front in the Great War, 1914-1915.
The Gurkha Graves of Berlin, Part 1.
The Gurkha Graves of Berlin, Part 2; With the 2/7th Gurkha Rifles into World War 2
The Gurkha Graves of Berlin, Part 3 – Iraq
The Gurkha Graves of Berlin, Part 4 – Middle East.
The Gurkha Graves of Berlin, Part 5 – North Africa.
Prisoners from a far-off land, the Indian Military Cemetery at Zehrensdorf, Germany (WW1). (Part 1).
From the Western Front to Eastern Europe, the Gurkhas of “Halbmondlager” (WW1 POW Camp). (Part 2).
Memorial List of Gurkhas commemorated at Zehrensdorf Indian Cemetery.(Part 3).
A Gurkha in the Kaiser´s backyard – Rifleman Haribal Thapa on the Western Front & German POW Camp 1914-1915.
The astonishing history of a 200-year-old British-Gurkha friendship.
Globe-trotting Gurkhas /Gorkhas.
Who are the Gurkhas and what is their contribution to military history?
The Gurkhas – In Honour of the Gurkha Soldiers, celebrating 200 years of service to the British Crown –
G200 – 200th Anniversary of the Gurkhas Service to the Crown.
The Gurkha Hat.