Stained glass window memorial to the Indian Soldier, 1970
Designed by David Maile and made by G Maile and Sons, 1970.
This stained glass window commemorates the service of Indian Army soldiers during World War One (1914-1918). The central detail depicts a sepoy advancing through a war torn landscape, with shelled tree stumps behind. The campaigns in which Indian soldiers served are listed around the edge and include France and Flanders, Egypt, Palestine, East Africa, Persia, Mesopotamia, Gallipoli and the North West Frontier of India.
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National Army Museum Sandhurst, Indian Army Memorial Room
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