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  1. Rare photos of Sikhs in Britian Sikh door to door salesman selling silk ties and cloth, 1930 Sikh soldier Bark Street, Hulme, Manchester in c.1956. A Sikh boy is in the middle with his friends Leicester 1974 London 1960s Manchester 1950s Sikh and British wounded recovering from injuries sustained in the front line to their left hand or arm, Southampton, c.November 1914. Sikh boy reading a comic, Bradford 1969 Three Sikh boys making roti at home in the dockland area of Liverpool. Wolverhampton builders 1978 1964 Sikh wedding 1966 Sikh family in a east london bomb shelter during the London blitz, this one is sad i hope they made it ... sheperds bush gurdwara, the lady at the back in the corner is the same lady in the bomb shelter with her family in the above photo 1957 London
  2. We always hear about the role of the Budha Dal in it's capacity as a parallel component of Akal Takhat and Shahidan misl, but whatever happened to the Tarna Dal during the Anglo-Sikh wars???? What actions did it undertake along with it's parallel budha dal contemporaries in order to prevent British encroachment of Punjab, and what did it do in the aftermath??? What of it's sub-battalions, what were their roles during this conjuncture????? Has their been a decisive re-writing of history under our very noses concerning Akali Singhs and their history?????
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