They Joined the fight

The Sikh Soldier Memorial in the Rose Garden, Huddersfield is dedicated to all the Sikh and Commonwealth Soldiers who sacrificed their lives in both World Wars.

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Donation to SSAFA

On 27th April 2020 The Sikh Soldier Organisation presented a cheque for £1,400 to SSAFA (The Armed Forces Charity) to help those affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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1917 – The Great War

A new film has caused controversy in recent days due to its inclusion of a Sikh Soldier shown shoulder-to-shoulder with other British troops. An accusation has been made by Actor Laurence Fox; that the inclusion of a Sikh Soldier was nothing more than diversity gone mad. Stating the inclusion of a single Sikh soldier amongst…
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Crowds gather

Crowds gather at statue honouring Sikh soldiers. HUNDREDS of people attended the unveiling of a new statute in honour of Sikh soldiers who fought in both World Wars. The six-foot statue in Greenhead Park, Huddersfield, is the first in Yorkshire to honour the sacrifice of British Indian Sikh soldiers, and comes after years of fundraising.…
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Never Forgotten

83,005 Sikhs gave their lives in the battlefields of the two World Wars, with 109,045 wounded in battle across the world.

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