Sikh soldiers from the Indian Army during Operation Crusader
“Nurse and other medical staff load a motor ambulance with a wounded Indian soldier,” by Unknown. The Imperial War Museum via First World War Poetry Digital Archive, accessed September 26, 2015, http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/ww1lit/collections/item/3770.
Sikhs In France 1914 – 1915
Indian Troops at Gas Mask Drill, World War I Source: Imperial War Museum Photographic Archive
Frederick Stanley Maude with British Indian Army entering Baghdad in 1917.
No. 4 (Hazara) Mountain Battery with RML7 pounder Mountain Gun in Review Order. Left to right Naick, Havildar, Subadar (Sikhs) and Gunner (Punjabi Musalman) circa 1895
A group of Indian soldiers posing for volley firing orders. ~1895.
A Benet-Mercier machine gun section of 2nd Rajput Light Infantry in action in Flanders, during the winter of 1914–15.
Arrival of 15th Sikh Regiment in France, quote; Gentlemen of India marching to chasten German hooligans
The 15th Sikh Regiment arrive in Marseille, France on their way to fight the Germans during the First World War.
Wounded Indian soldiers, according to one source in a French village and another in Ieper, 31 October 1914. Photo of wounded Indian soldiers in a French village courtesy of Imperial War Museum.