In both print and online, nationally, internationally and within the pages of specialist publications, the ‘Empire, Faith & War’ (EFW) project has drawn coverage in the world of magazines.
‘Who Do You Think You Are’ • January 2014
50 websites to watch in 2014
The influential WDYTYA magazine names the EFW website as one of the 50 to watch in 2014. Quite right too!
Blind Veterans • January 2014
Sikh soldiers and the First World War - a story to be told
Extensive four page coverage for the EFW project and the long-forgotten Sikh story.
Scroll.in • 22 July 2014
Rare images of Sikh soldiers who fought in World War I
One of India’s most happening online magazines for news, information and cultural stories runs a visually arresting story using UKPHA archival imagery.
Britain at War • August 2014
‘Empire, Faith & War: The Sikhs and World War One’
Britain's biggest selling military history monthly dedicates nearly an entire page to the EFW project.
British Punjabis Magazine • August 2014
Remembering the Sikh soldiers of WWI
Tanveer Mann interviews UKPHA Chair, Amandeep Madra, to learn about the role of Sikhs in the war, and our plans to commemorate them with your help and educate others about this history.
Military History Monthly • March 2014
Centenary Season Exhibitions
Highlights some of the forthcoming not-to-be missed exhibitions on the Great War, including the EFW show at the Brunei Gallery.
Vintage Guide to London • August 2014
Empire,Faith and War: The Sikhs and World War One
The hip online magazine announces EFW’s summer exhibition.
Sunday Telegraph Magazine • 10 August 2014
Germany's grand First World War jihad experiment
Florence Waters looks at the extraordinary tale of Indian Army prisoner of war camps in Germany, including mention of the EFW exhibition and a quote from Project Historian, Parmjit Singh.
Sikh lawyer volunteers at exhibition in WW1 uniform
The largest-circulation legal magazine in Europe features a small news item featuring UKPHA volunteer and full time solicitor Raminder Uberoi in WW1 uniform, with a mention of the EFW exhibition where he was a volunteer - in uniform of course!