Indian Sikh soldier, 1914.

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Indian Sikh soldier with Lee–Enfield and sword in a photo studio, 1914. One million Indian soldiers, mainly Sikh warriors, served under the yoke of the British Empire overseas, eventually counting 120,000 casualties in 1918. The Indian Army did not only fight the German Empire and the Ottoman Empire in Africa, but also on the trenches of the Western Front. At the First Battle of Ypres, Khudadad Khan became the first Indian to be awarded a Victoria Cross.

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