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Bangalore Memorial, 1914-1918 to commemorate the officers and pioneers of the 1st Madras Pioneers who fought and gave their lives in Mesopotamia, East Africa and NWF during WWI.

Mumbai (Bombay) Memorials, 1914-1918, and 1939-1945 to commemorate more than 8,500 Indian sailors who died in the two world wars and have no other grave than the sea.

Delhi Memorial (India Gate)

Pondicherry Memorial built by the French in memory of the local soldiers who fought in WWI.

Delhi Teen Murti (Three Statue) Memorial of the 15th Imperial Service Cavalry Brigade that fought in the Middle East during WWI.

Kapurthala State Forces War Memorial, the Kapurthala Imperial Service Infantry served with distinction in East Africa 1914-1917 and in the Third Afghan War 1919.

Kirkee 1914-1918 Memorial

Parsi Memorial, Mumbai to commemorate the Parsi Indian soldiers who died in their line of duty during WWI.

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    The Joint USI-MEA Centenary Commemoration project highlights the oft-forgotten role of India in the First World War and commemorates those soldiers who served during the War. The project is aimed at exploring India’s engagement in the war from a variety of perspectives.
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