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The French Connection B. N. GOSWAMY

St. Tropez festival gives a peep into the private lives of the Europeans, particularly the French, in Ranjit Singh's Punjab.

Empire, Faith & War:
The Sikhs and World War One UKPHA

Sikhs fought and died alongside their British, Indian and Commonwealth counterparts to serve the greater good.

The Saga of The Komagata Maru:
Part III Compiled by PARDEEP SINGH NAGRA

A "shore committee" had been formed at the local Gurdwara to assist the beleagured Sikhs on the ship.

The Saga of The Komagata Maru:
Part I Compiled by PARDEEP SINGH NAGRA

Vancouver in 1914 was a time when the colour of your skin defined many things.

The Saga of The Komagata Maru:
Part II Compiled by PARDEEP SINGH NAGRA

Mackenzie King became the architect of the forthcoming racist immigration policies and initiatives.

World War I Sikh-Canadian Soldier Lays at Rest,
Far From Home KATIE DAUBS

"I didn’t think of our safety at all but felt that the Guru Maharaj was fighting in me ..."

Big Man Yerranderie:
Sikh-Aussie Pioneer Bud Singh MANPREET KAUR SINGH

There is a humorous account about a time that Bud felt “spurned”, but he avenged the insult to his “stature” quite publicly.

Remembering Australia's Sikh War Heroes BEN COLLINS

At Gallipoli, 379 Sikh officers died on the 4th of June in 1915; it virtually wiped out the 14th Sikh Regiment.

Manta Singh and The Battle of Neuve Chapelle THE COMMONWEALTH WAR GRAVES COMMISSION

As soon as he left school he joined the 15th Ludhiana Sikhs, an infantry regiment of the British-Indian Army.

Between A Mosque and a Madrassah:
Karachi’s Ratan Talao Gurdwara AKHTAR BALOUCH

With a sad smile on his face, he said: “You must know why no records of it can be found.”

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