The Global Allied Muslim contribution in the First World War

The Concept

“The Unknown Fallen” is a visual feast for readers of all ages, with lavishly drawn illustrations and striking authentic pictures. It features not only historical aspects of the First World War but also unveils forgotten stories and testimonies backed up with breath-taking photos from Muslim soldiers from all continents fighting with the Allied forces in battlefields far away from their homes. It highlights the mutual historical and cultural interest of all these brothers-in-arms and many more fascinating facts associated with every region of our planet.

Discover six years of war, unrestricted by the constraints of physical space with more than 200 unique pictures accompanied by lively, informative text, offering hours of jaw dropping moments – highlighting that Muslims from around the world contributed to the history of Europe, thus affirming that Muslim diaspora communities are stakeholders in Europe.

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Our Aim

To pay tribute to the millions of Muslims who played a substantial role alongside the Allied Forces in World War 1.

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TESIMONIALS & REVIEWS

In the Media

GUARDIAN ARTICLE

The forgotten Muslim heroes who fought for Britain in the trenches

The stories of the 2.5 million Muslims who travelled to Europe to fight for the allies during the first world war are finally being told.

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