Keeping memory alive

The National Muslim War Memorial Trust is committed to the erection and maintenance of a national war memorial to commemorate the service of Muslim personnel to Britain’s Armed Forces during the two World Wars and subsequent conflicts.

The Trust aims to further educate both school students and adults about the contribution of Muslims to Britain’s armed forces and their role, service and sacrifice during the two World Wars and subsequent conflicts.

The initiative is supported by the British Government and General Sir Nicholas Carter, Chief of the Defence Staff.

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Veterans project

The National Muslim War Memorial Trust is working with veterans and families to collect and preserve their stories.

Noor Inayat Khan GC

Noor Inayat Khan GC

In World War Two, Noor Inayat Khan GC was the first female wireless operator sent by Britain to assist the French resistance in 1943.
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Khudadad Khan VC

Khudadad Khan VC

Khudadad Khan VC was the first non-white person to be awarded the Victoria Cross in 1914 .
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Muslims were a significant part of the British Armed Forces during both World Wars and played a pivotal role in shaping the country’s history, but their heroic contribution has been undervalued.

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Lord Sheikh

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