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As the UK and the world commemorates the fallen this Remembrance Sunday some of the names and other details of half a million World War One (WWI) soldiers are finally coming to light. The records of hundreds of thousands of Indian Army troops from Punjab, a region now divided between India and Pakistan, which had lain in a forgotten archive are being made available to the public for the first time offering new information about the allied war effort.
Join the ‘Punjab and World War One’ team from UKPHA and the University of Greenwich this Thursday 11 November at 6pm as we share details of a unique collection of sources on Punjab’s role in the First World War – and what we’re doing to make them available to all.
This event is free but you need to register.
If you’ve missed any of our previous talks, you can watch them on our YouTube channel here
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