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    World War 1 British Army General Speaks About Sikhs

    Major General Patrick Sanders speaks about the importance of Sikhs serving in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces at the WW1 Sikh Memorial Unveiling event on Sunday 1st November 2015. Over 138,000 Indian troops fought in Belgium and France during World War I, many of them Sikhs. More than one quarter...
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    Memorial To The Remarkable Sikh Soldiers Of WWI

    The first-ever tribute to the brave 130,000 Indian heroes set to be unveiled on Sunday. A unique memorial is set to be unveiled in the heart of the Midlands in memory of the tens of thousands of Sikh soldiers who fought side by side with British soldiers 100 years ago in the Great War. The...
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    World War 1 Lest We Forget - Remembering Sikh Soldiers On The 100th Anniversary Of Battle Gallipoli

    25th April 2015 is the 100th anniversary of Gallipoli, a disastrous campaign of World War 1. Whilst most of the world won't mention the contribution and bravery of the Sikh soldiers who were involved in the campaign, we do ! We salute their courage ! Lest we forget ...
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    Inspirational New Video: The Battle Of Saragarhi - The Last Stand Of The 36th Sikh Regiment

    The Battle of Saragarhi - The Last Stand of the 36th Sikh Regiment - YouTube publication. September 12, 1897, twenty-one soldiers of the 36th Sikh Regiment, including their commander, Havildar Ishar Singh, faced impossible odds. Over ten thousand Pathans and...
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    Events Battle Of Multan-A Tribute To Sikh Arms

    Battle of Multan-A Tribute to Sikh Arms Jan 19, 2011 Madan Singh The city of Multan was captured by the Sikh army in 1818.It was a significant victory, as it was the first time an Indian Army had moved westward. Multan is a major town of Pakistan on the banks of the River Indus. A major...
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    Khakis On Canvas

    Khakis on Canvas : Paintings and Drawings of the Great War As Sikhs began appearing on the battlefields, hospitals, towns and farms of Europe during World War One, for many it marked the first time that they had ever seen a Sikh in real life. The appearance of the Sikhs generated a level of...