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Hull family remembers Indian forgotten army in WWI

A family from Hull says they want to raise more awareness about the contribution of Indian soldiers who fought for Britain in World War One.

India provided the largest voluntary army of all the colonies with more than one and a quarter million people signing up. Some historians believe their contribution has been largely forgotten.

Chetan Pathak reports.

  • 11 Nov 2014