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Duty, Honour & Izzat: From Golden Fields to Crimson: Punjab's Brothers in Arms in Flanders

Author/Publisher/Website: Purewal, S.
Copyright: 2019
Evaluation/Record Entry Date: Apr/2020
Submitting suppliers/Website: Not Available
Primary Identifier: 9780774827621
Recommended Grades and Subjects/Courses: 10-12
(View recommended grades and subjects) Social Studies

Resource Description

Providing a comprehensive look at the British Indian Army’s participation and contributions to World War I, this highly engaging Canadian work combines a fictional graphic novel-style story with primary sources, quotations, and an array of visuals including photographs and art work. This scrapbook-style work focuses on the important role that Punjabi/Sikh soldiers and the Indian Expeditionary Force played during the War as they fought for the British Empire. Useful in grade 10-12 classrooms to supplement texts and lessons on World War I, and to explore racist policies and attitudes of Canadian society in the early 20th century. Log in to read the full review.
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