Indians in Britain during the First World War

The people of Brighton offered a warm welcome to the Indian soldiers sent to convalesce at the Sussex resort in the First World War. But the military authorities found much to be nervous about.

A wounded Indian soldier dictates his letter home to a scribe, Brighton,  c 1915.

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