Sikh Heritage Museum Of Canada Hosts Exhibition “In Remembrance – The Sikhs”.

TORONTO – In commemoration of Remembrance Day on Sunday November 10, the Sikh Heritage Museum of Canada will be hosting an exhibition celebrating and honouring the contributions and sacrifices made by Sikhs entitled “In Remembrance – The Sikhs”.

We must never forget the sacrifices made by the “Singhs” (Lions) of yesterday who fought and died to preserve the freedom we all enjoy today. Fighting in the trenches and muddy fields of Europe, in the deserts, among the mountains and on the oceans in these global conflicts, the Sikhs would win unstinting respect for their courage, bravery, patience and fortitude.

All are welcome and encouraged to attend this exciting and fascinating exhibition highlighting the contributions of Sikhs of Canada to the Great War and the moving account of Private Waryam Singh of the Canadian Expeditionary Force in battle during the Great War and the recently discovered Canadian Sikh war memorials in France. Furthermore, the exhibition will feature original World War I and II  artifacts including medals, pagri badges, POW images, magazines, postcards, Sikh toy soldiers and rare war film footage.

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