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Rifleman Shib Singh Kaintura, regimental number 2396, of the 1st/39th Garhwal Rifles was born in Luthiyag village in Uttarakhand
Remembrance Day: A look at Indian soldiers who received gallantry awards for contribution during WWI
Over 1.5 million soldiers from the Indian Subcontinent went to war during World War I.
The day is observed with two minutes of silence on 11 am on 11 November as it marks the anniversary of the end of the First World War, when the armistice was signed between the Allied forces and Germany
The comfort of reading in World War I: The bibliotherapy of trench, troopship and hospital magazines
A deep dive on how these magazines cared for soldiers, considering their significant psychological and emotional benefits.
Medals and Bullets: Indian troops who fought in World War I are focus of a new exhibition of paintings, letters
In Medals and Bullets, Angeli Sowani depicts how the achievements of soldiers sometimes became more important than their lives
Around 70 leaders including US and Russian Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin marked the World War I centenary of the 1918 Armistice in the French capital.
They Shall Not Grow Old review: Peter Jackson's remarkable WWI docu brings horrors of trench warfare to life
Peter Jackson's WWI documentary They Shall Not Grow Old is a remarkable achievement, bringing the past so vividly to life that it feels like it could have happened yesterday.
This bike has been influenced by the Royal Enfield RE/WD 125 from WWII. This was a lightweight 125 cc two-stroke motorcycle nicknamed the 'Flying Flea'.
Peter Jackson’s movie is among dozens of artworks commissioned by British cultural bodies to commemorate 100 years since the final year of the 1914-18 war.
Modi will pay homage to Indian soldiers at the Haifa Indian Cemetery in Israel that contains the graves of Commonwealth servicemen of the First World War.
On Monday night the Russian ambassador to Turkey, Andrey Karlov, was assassinated in Ankara by a lone gunman who served as part of his security detail.
he German parliament, despite a barrage of pressure from the Turkish government, on Thursday approved a symbolic resolution that declares the 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ottoman Turkish forces a "genocide".