A newly discovered register could help you trace your Punjabi family history back to ancestors who were in World War One.
The Punjab Register, found in the basement of the Lahore Museum after laying there for almost a century, includes 320,000 of the 500,000 Punjabi men who were recruited during the war. It outlines their service record in great detail, village-by-village, and now you can search it yourself.
Join our panel of experts, including Gavin Rand (University of Greenwich), Amandeep Madra (UK Punjab Heritage Association), and Irfan Malik in this two-hour workshop to help you trace your own relatives. A station will be set up where members of the public can be helped tosearch for ancestors who were in WW1.
Please note the register does not include Mirpur.