A great portrait of 100 year old Pritam Singh, photographed at the 2015 Remembrance service in London.
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A hundred years ago today a Sikh girl sent an emotional message to her soldiering father fighting in the Middle East.
Rajinder Singh Dhatt is one of the very few surviving Sikh soldiers who saw action during the Second World War.
Sikh soldier who survived a Japanese bullet through the jaw serving in the British Army during Second World War celebrates his century in Hitchin.
We are saddened to report the passing of a highly decorated World War Two veteran.
Balvinder Kaur from Mumbai, India, made an emotional discovery on a visit to our exhibition ‘Empire, Faith & War’.
The wartime history of Brighton’s Royal Pavilion was brought to life recently with Sikhs in period-battle dress.
We were overjoyed and inspired by the work of a young boy who recently visited the 'Empire, Faith & War' exhibition at the Brunei Gallery.
Sardar Jaswant Singh from Slough came into the exhibition with a picture of his uncle, Labh Singh, who had spent a total of 33 years in the Indian army and participated in both World Wars with the 28th Punjabis.
Subedar Major Thakur Singh Bahadur of the 47th Sikhs was among the first to receive the Military Cross for gallantry in action on October 27, 1914 at Neuve Chapelle.
Sarbjit Singh sent us this lovely picture of his great-grandfather Captain Malook Singh who hailed from Sansarpur, Jalandhar.
This article in the Indian Express features some wonderful stories from descendents of Sikh soldiers who fought in WW1.
A crumpled, half-torn paper certifies that Manna Singh, a sepoy in the first battalion of the 2nd Punjab Regiment, British Indian army, has been discharged of his services and been paid all his arrears.
In the battlefield of Gallipoli, a Sikh soldier was reported as having seen a vision of Guru Gobind Singh.
The Indian Express picks up the story of Sikh soldier in its review of 'Empire, Faith & War' exhibition.
We will be remembering Harnam Singh today as the UK commemorates the 100th anniversary of the date that war was declared.
Today, Col Sahota (retd) will be remembering four brothers from Village Jia Sahota in Hoshiarpur, Punjab, who all volunteered to go to war in the Indian Army during World War One.
Harpreet Singh will be remembering his great-grandfather, Sepoy Kala Singh of the 45th Rattray Sikhs, today as the UK commemorates the 100th anniversary of the date that war was declared.
Exactly 98 years ago, on 1 August 1916, the young Thakur Singh of the 51st Sikhs (Frontier Force) was killed in Mesopotamia.
The life of Nahar Singh, pictured here in his 80s with his First World War medal group, has been researched by his grandson Biri Nijhar.