Acknowledgements

This site would not be possible without significant contribution over the past few years from a very large number of individuals and organisations, not only for supplying information, but also for granting permission for use of material and images.

We wish to acknowledge and sincerely thank everyone concerned. In listing individuals, there is always the danger of missing someone out. If this should happen it is entirely inadvertent. Please accept our apologies, inform us at once and we will remedy the matter as soon as possible.

While every effort has been made to seek and obtain the permission of relevant parties for the use of material, in a very few cases this has not been achieved due to out of date contact details, insufficient source information or lack of response. Some of the material is deemed to be in the public domain with copyright already expired. Again, please contact us at once if there is an issue.

Some of the material will be added at a later date but we would like to acknowledge those people whose contributions have yet to appear.

The presence of external hyperlinks within this site does not constitute endorsement or recommendation of the linked web sites, or the information contained therein. All links contained within this site are provided with the intention of adding value in the form of related or additional information. We do not exercise any editorial control over, nor do we guarantee the relevance, timeliness, or accuracy of the information you may find at these locations.

Our thanks go to:

His Excellency Nalin Surie, Indian High Commission, London, for his continued support for our project

Kevin Bacon, David Beevers and Beverley Green: Royal Pavilion, Brighton

Gavin Edgerley-Harris and Gerald Davies: The Gurkha Museum

Jagan Pillarisetti: www.bharat-rakshak.com

Jyotirmay Bareria: http://stampomania.blogspot.com

Andrew Peggie, Bill Pugh and Paul Rimmer: The Horsell Common Preservation Society

Peter Reed and Clive Gilbert: Epsom and Ewell History Explorer

Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari

Muslim Council of Britain

Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail

Roger W Haworth: Images of Shah Jahan Mosque and Muslim Burial Ground

Davinder Dhillon: www.chattri.com

Imperial War Museum

The British Library, India Office Collections

The Memorial Gates Trust

Professor Yves Le Maner

Johnny Fenn; Johnny Fenn Photography

Gurkha Welfare Scheme, Nepal

Jaimal Singh Johal and his family

Ian Henderson and his family

The family of Dodla Ranga Reddy

Giovanna Bloor

Gordon Corrigan

Owen and Drew5233: www.WW2talk.com

Dornoch Historylinks Museum

The Northern Times: Sutherland, Scotland

The 4th Indian Division Living History Group www.4thindians.co.uk/

Veterans UK

K.S. Nair

Newton-le-Willows and Earlestown War Memorial

Downlands Community School

Allerton Grange School

Sliced Bread Animation: design and production, Forever India

Rustom Irani: narrator, Forever India

Megha Sharma: narrator, Forever India

Sri Chinmoy: music, Forever India

Daniel Pageon- VO production, Forever India

Vivienne Andrews, Danny Connell and Darren Cousins: Reading Room, Manchester Office - for their patience and skill in putting together this website.

References

The Indian Army from the Seventeenth to the Twenty- First Century: Lt. Gen. S.L. Menezes (Retd.) pub. Viking, Penguin, India, 1993

A Matter of Honour - An account of the Indian Army, its officers and men: Philip Mason pub. Jonathan Cape, 1974

Valour and Sacrifice - The First Indian Soldiers in Europe: Asoke Mukerji produced by Masterpiece for the India High Commission, London, 2010

The Indian Corps in France: Lt. Col. Merewether and Sir Frederick Smith pub. John Murray Publishers Ltd., 1918

The Royal Pavilion as an Indian Military Hospital, 1914-1916: Kevin Bacon and David Beevers pub. Brighton & Hove City Council

Remembering the Brave - The Muslim Contribution to Britain's Armed Forces - The Muslim Council of Britain

Sepoys in the Trenches - The Indian Corps on the Western Front 1914-1916: Gordon Corrigan pub. Spellmount Ltd. 1999

India's Contribution to The Great War: pub by authority of the Government of India, 1923

Indian Soldiers of The First World War: The British Library, Oriental and India Office Collections.

We Also Served - A Memorial Gates Project: pub. BASS Publications, 2003

Neuve Chapelle - Indian Memorial in France: pub. Imperial War Graves Commission, 1927

The Tiger Triumphs - The Story of Three Great Divisions in Italy: pub His Majesty's Stationery Office for the Government of India, 1946

The Battles for Monte Cassino: pub. MOD, 2004

Burma Campaign: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bharat Rashak: The consortium of Indian Military Websites

Burma: The Forgotten War Jon Latimer pub. John Murray Publishers, 2004

Road of Bones - The Epic Siege of Kohima: Fergal Keane pub. Harper Collins, 2010

Memorial Gates Trust: the website

BBC North West Wales History

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