Canadian Sikh Heritage | Canadian Sikhs in WWI: The Forgotten Story
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Canadian Sikhs in WWI: The Forgotten Story
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Exhibition Dates:

January 2015 -March 2015

Location:

Sikh Heritage Museum[/mpc_textblock]

[mpc_textblock content_width=”100″ font_size=”16″]The year 2014 marked the beginning of the Centennial of World War I, otherwise known as the ‘Great War’ that resulted in an estimated loss of 37,466,904 human lives. This exhibit at the Sikh Heritage Museum attempt to shed light on the very invisible stories of WWI, the stories of the ten known Canadian Sikh soldiers who served in WWI.[/mpc_textblock]