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Panjab Digital Library - Digitization of Patiala and The Great War
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Patiala and The Great War

Description "We welcome here the great representatives of India, and first the Maharaja of Patiala, the ruler who has inherited a tradition of attachment to the British Crown and Empire, and worthily has he filled that great tradition. His gallant people have, not for the first time, fought side by side in this war with British troops in the battlefield. British soldiers welcome them as worthy comrades in arms." Mr. Llyod George, the Prime Minister of England, at the House of Lords on June 21, 1918[edit]
Keywords Bhupinder Singh, Maharaja of Patiala, Llyod George, World War 1, 1918, Rajinder Sikh Infantry, Patiala troops, Alexandria Hospital, Jerusalem, Havaildar, Natha Singh, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-007043
Year 1923
Script Roman
Language English
Custodian Anurag Singh Ludhiana
Length 23.0
Breadth 17.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         194
 
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