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TREC Exhibition Open until 20th April 2015

Together We Won the War[Click here for full review, photos and quotes]

 

Together We Won the War – Exhibition

Contributions of Asia, Africa and Caribbean to World War 1 remembered.

 

Opening Times: 1pm - 4pm Tuesday to Thursday and Saturday

 

Location: TREC Exhibition Suite, Ground floor, Mizzen & Jubilee Buildings, Phoenix Yard, 5-9 Upper Brown Street, Leicester. LE1 5TE.

 

The Race Equality Centre has launched an exhibition to highlight the contribution of Britain’s Racial Minority Communities in World War 1 to mark the Centenary of the First World War.

 

Asian, African and Caribbean troops all played a significant part in supporting the war effort. The exhibition showcases how individuals from across the world were recruited into the British armed forces, the different roles they played in the war, including the battles that were predominantly fought using soldiers from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean and, some of the heroes amongst them. The preservation of this heritage is important to make future generations aware of the significant roles played by their forefathers in World War 1.

 

For further information, please contact: Kamljit Obhi

Project Manager at the Race Equality Centre

Tel: 0116 2042792.

Email: Kamljit.obhi@theraceequalitycentre.org.uk

 

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