Check out some of the reviews and opinions of the ‘Empire, Faith & War’ exhibition and project out there in the blogosphere.


British Future • 9 July 2014

exhibition review

Our first exhibition review was by freelance writer Jemimah Steinfeld on the blog pages of the leading think-tank on migration and citizenship issues. She highlights the relevance of this narrative to today’s Britain and notes how the exhibition looks at all aspects of the story, including those opposed to war and the soldiers whose sense of Indian nationalism grew as a result of their wartime experiences.

Centre for Hidden Histories, University of Nottingham • 31 July 2014

exhibition review

Mike Noble offers his thoughts on EFW’s major exhibition, explaining how it is the start of a larger programme of outputs to illuminate ‘the Great War’s Forgotten Army’. The project explores the Sikh story with a range of resources to illuminate this hidden history and leave a tangible legacy for future generations.

Sikhs at War • 8 August 2014

exhibition review

Historian and activist Jay Singh Sohal’s personal take on the EFW exhibition.

Asian Culture Vulture • 24 September 2014

remembering the Sikh sacrifice

This eye-opening blog on the successful EFW exhibition looks forward to our ongoing aim to capture Sikh stories from the war, featuring additional insights from Harbakhsh Grewal, Head of Communications, and Project Historian, Parmjit Singh.

Brighton Museums • 9 April 2015

going the extra mile for Sikh history

Jools Stone, Brighton Museums very own blogger in residence, takes a look at the extraordinary effort of UKPHA volunteer Angad Singh to run the Brighton Marathon dressed as a WW1 Sikh soldier.