This is Lal Singh from the village of Narangwal in Ludhiana District, a village that sent 101 men to fight in the war.
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Citizen Historians in action.
The UKPHA team had the great pleasure and honour of showing Jaimal Singh Johal - the grandson of the legendary Manta Singh of the 15th Ludhiana Sikhs - around our exhibition.
Citizen Historian, Satdeep Grewal, would like to find out more about her great-grandfather, and his role in the First World War.
Our project will help people trace their WW1 history and uncover lost family stories.
We have been amazed by the possibilities that our Citizen Historian initiative opens up for connecting with events of the past.
While researching for the 'Empire, Faith & War' exhibition, our researchers were lucky enough to examine the original Metropolitan Police files of Udham Singh.
Do you have a family member who was involved in the First World War?
''There’s no sugar coating this war; the contribution of Sikh soldiers was crucial but it was at times conflicted.'
The 'Empire, Faith & War' exhibition was formally opened by Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Sajid Javid MP on 8 July 2014.
They don't like it up 'em!
This extraordinary picture shows a group of Germans mocking the Indian Cavalry.
'The guns fire all day like thunder in Sawan [month of monsoon]', wrote a Sikh soldier on the Western Front.
A Sikh veteran of World War Two, Dalip Singh, photographed in his Birmingham home by the talented and forward-thinking photographer Derek Bishton.
'Indians in the Trenches' is a new short film from Sikhs@War.
UKPHA team member, Harbakhsh Grewal, had the pleasure of attending a very special WW1 Centenary reception in the garden of No.10 yesterday.
Lance Corporal Johnson Beharry VC poses with a silver tipped swagger stick of the 14th Punjab Regiment which dates from the First World War.
Today, Britain will commemorate the foreign troops who fought with the Allies in the First World War.
A section from a profile sketch of Sohan Singh, the son of a Sikh farmer from Harpoke, a village in Punjab (now in Pakistan).
In 1915 Belgium street kid taunted German soldiers by dressing up as Sikh soldiers.