I was fascinated to read Unknown Fallen. Not only is the book exquisitely illustrated with rich colour and depth of imagery, but it gives a fascinating insight into an area of history I had previously known very little about. This book is an important account of the immense contribution made by Muslims to WWI. I will certainly share my newfound knowledge and recommendation for this book, as it is vital that this input to such a significant period in our history is not forgotten or swept under the carpet.

Tweet by the official United States World War One Centennial Commission

The official Twitter account of the United States World War One Centennial Commission post a congratulatory tweet quoting Mohammed Amin MBE’s review, describing it as “awesome”. Read more

Review by Mohammed Amin MBE

Mohammed Amin MBE wrote a comprehensive review of our book, while reflecting on the importance of understanding the whole of our shared past after what he absorbed moved him to tears. He believes everyone would benefit from reading our book. Read more

Safe store

We were invited for a coffee by the manager of the Safestore branch where our books are securely stored who wanted to learn more about our book and the project. It was a pleasant surprise to learn that Safestore published this blog as part of their Behind Blue Walls series. Read more

Review by Ashfaq Siddique, Al Madina Mosque, Barking, London

The Unknown Fallen – A Review by Shaykh Abdullah Oduro

The Unknown Fallen – A Review by Riaz Khan