WORLDEurope British Sikhs Re-Enact World War 1 By BBC - September 15, 2014 FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsApp SURREY, UK—The British army has honoured the contribution made by Sikh soldiers during World War One. Thousands of Sikhs from the Indian sub-continent fought and died for Britain during the conflict. The commemoration at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst featured a re-enactment by 36 Sikh volunteers. Kameldeep Singh Samra, from Birmingham, explained the importance of remembering the thousands of Sikhs who died fighting for the British Empire. British Sikhs Re-Enact World War 1Watch this video on YouTube.