Belgian Scholar Delivers Historic Note On the Role of Sikh Soldiers In World Wars
British Army honours Sikh role in World War One
BBC News - British Army honours Sikh role in World War One, where thousands of Sikh soldiers died fighting for the British Empire.
Sikh soldiers carrying " Guru Granth Sahib Ji" during World War II.
Quite Magnificant was the Battle of Ypres 1914. Sikhs in WW1. "The Sikhs charged magnificently. They got into the town, and the houses were the scenes of many a hand-to-hand fight. One big Sikh brought back three prisoners. He had cornered eight Germans in a room, he said, and went for them with the cold steel. Five of the enemy he killed outright. Asked why he stopped, he naively explained..." Click on Photo to continue reading. Scroll down a bit. Enjoy!