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Sikh soldier statue in Smethwick honours WW1 dead

Sikh soldier statue in Smethwick honours WW1 dead A 10ft (3m) statue of a Sikh soldier has been unveiled at Sandwell, Birmingham to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War One (WW1). The bronze work in Smethwick honours service personnel of the Sikh faith as well from the Indian subcontinent who fought for Britain during WW1 and other conflicts.The unveiling of The Lions of the Grea...
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MP calls for monument to recognise Sikh sacrifices in World War

Tom Brake, Liberal Democrat Foreign Affairs Spokesperson An UK MP is pressing Parliament for the building of London’s first monument to mark the Sikh community’s contribution to World War One. Tom Brake, Liberal Democrat Foreign Affairs Spokesperson has tabled an Early Day Motion [EDM calling for the construction of a monument. The EDM has secured all party support. Over 130,000 Sikh troo...
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