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From Jawans to Generals

25/10/2009 to 31/1/2010

Loyal Allies, Proud Britons

A photographic exhibition of the contribution of Sikh Soldiers during the two World Wars

As seen at the Warwickshire Museum in 2008 Jawans to Generals returns to Royal Leamington Spa.

In the two world wars, Sikh soldiers served from the trenches of the Western front to the jungles of Burma. More than 83,000 were killed and over 100,000 were wounded. They were awarded countless medals for gallantry, including several Victoria Crosses.

From Jawans to Generals tells the story of the Sikh contribution to the British Army through a fascinating selection of historic photographs, many dating back to the Victorian period, and celebrates the proud history of the Anglo Sikh relationship.

Paul Sheehan "A fine tribute to such brave soldiers. Britain & the Sikhs will always be proud friends".

G Sahota "An excellent exhibition that captures a brief history of the Sikhs commitment to freedom for all in the name of peace"

Times:10am to 8pm

Location: Gurdwara Sahib, Tachbrook Park Drive, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV34 6RH

Admission free

For further information call 07734883833/07727657468 or visit


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