First World War 1914 – 1918 15th Ludhiana Sikhs WW1.WW 1 - In a Cavalry Camp near the front - A French Officer explaining the French Carbine to Indian Officers.Pontoon bridge at Hibsh built by Indian Sappers and Miners, 1916.Map - Battle of Neuve Chapelle 1915.Bound for the Dardanelles Indian troops with their baggage , about to embark to the hostile shores of the TurksBound for the Dardanelles Indian troops with their baggage , about to embark to the hostile shores of the TurksBritish campaign against the Turks in Palestine an Indian rifle battalion waiting for the word to go forwardTHE CAMPAIGN IN MESOPOTAMIA DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR ( A line of Islamic Indian troops knelt down and in prayer at their camp, part of which can be seen in the background.Defences being dug on the bank of the Suez Canal, 1915ikh Soldier in World War I, A church service for Canadian troops near the fighting line in Flanders guarded by a Sikh soldierIndian bakers at work in their camp at the Front.Indian cavalry await the order to advance on the Somme, 14 July 1916Indian Cavalry Charging at the Western Frontin France.Indian cavalry of the 20th Deccan Horse in the Carnoy Valley shortly before their unsuccessful attack at High Wood during the Somme offensive, 14 July 1916Indian cavalry of the Jodhpore and Mysore Lancers, 16th (Imperial Service) Cavalry Brigade passing through Haifa following the city's capture from the Turks Copyright IWMIndian donkey transport, New Street, Baghdad, 1917 Copyright NAMIndian infantrymen training in case of a gas attack -German East African Campaign. Dar-es-Salaam. Indian troops embarking for Kilwa, October 1917.THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE SINAI AND PALESTINE CAMPAIGN, 1915-1918 (Q 12494) Indian troops of the 7th (Meerut) Division bathing in the River Auja, Summer 1918.Indian soldiers diging trenches.ON THE SALONIKA FRONT DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 56644) Indian troops at gas mask drill.Indian troops charging the German trenches at Neuve Chapelle, March 1915.Indian troops in France Sikhs proceeding to the front after their arrival at Marseilles .Indian troops of the British Army at Pas De Calais, 1916.Indian Cavalry Capturing Germans. Rounding up fugitive Germans in "Devils Wood".Indians in action A gallant and successful attack with the bayonet during the recent fighting in North Western France.Indians packing charcoal to warm our troops in the trenches on the Western FrontIndian Soldiers Bayonet Practice.Indian Soldiers building railroad.Indian Troops Somme meal.Indian Troops Sportsday Salonica WW1.India's loyalty to the King and Empire Non-commissioned officers and men of a lancer regiment, typical of the 70,000 soldiers who are leaving for Europe to assist the Allies against the common enemyIndia's soldiers in France 1914Members of an Indian Labour Battalion reading papers during a work break, 1917Men of the 15th Sikhs with native instruments, August 1915.Men of the 15th Sikhs, billeted in a barn in Flanders, August 1915.Men who have proved their 'personal ascendency over the Germans' Indians and London Scottish dinning together in their camp at the front.THE MACEDONIAN CAMPAIGN, 1915-1918 (Q 32064) A gymnastic display by men of an Indian transport unit at a sports meeting near Salonika in May 1916.Officers of the 1st Rajinder Sikh Infantry with a tank probably destroyed by them during World War 1.Sikh Maxim Section helped defend Egypt against the Turks at the Suez Canal and Syrian Forces at El Kantara.Sikh regiment in Ypres.Sikh Soldiers France1914.THE GERMAN WITHDRAWAL TO THE HINDENBURG LINE, MARCH-APRIL 1917 (Q 4997) Troops of the 29th Lancers Regiment (Deccan Horse) near Pys, armed with lances and making their way through a shell torn landscape, March 1917. Copyright: © IWM. Original Source: http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205196725The British Indian Army from Basra trying to relieve the siege at Kut.Dome Hospital in Brighton - 680 beds converted for injured Indian troops.The landing of Indian soldiers in France Non-commissioned officers of an Indian lancer regiment, representative of the force which has joined the allies in EuropeThe Mule Corps of the Indian Army played an integral part in the various theatres during the First World War such as France, Gallipoli, Egypt and BasraThe reported concentration by Turkey of a large camel force on the Egyptian frontier A camel corps of the Indian Army - No Known CopyrightWar against the Turks: New Zealand troops forming up prior to advancing. An Indian Mountain gun being seen in the distance.Sikh Troops on the Tigris on their way to a Festival.Two Indian Sikh soldiers of the 29th Infantry Brigade who fought alongside the Australian Light Horse in the campaigns in Sinai, Palestine and Syria.THE GALLIPOLI CAMPAIGN, APRIL 1915-JANUARY 1916 (Q 13665) Colonel Kishan Singh Sirdar Bahadur and Dr Sampuran Singh, two Indian officers of an Indian mule company who got all the mules and their carts off during the Suvla Bay evacuation. Copyright: © IWM. Original Source: http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205248826VICTORY MARCH, LONDON 19 JULY 1919 Indian Army contingent (Indian Army contingent (Sikhs) passing along the Mall. http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205067416Visit of King George VI to Umbertide, Italy, July-August 1944 Copyright NAMWith Hands injured while Grasping the Enemy's Bayonets at close Quarters. Indians in Hospital in England.