HARDIT SINGH MALIK - THE FLYING --  SIKH STEPHEN BARKER
19 Mar

HARDIT SINGH MALIK - THE FLYING --  SIKH STEPHEN BARKER

From his arrival in the UK alone in 1912 as a fourteen-year-old, to Balliol College, Oxford and into the Royal Flying Corps during the First World War, Hardit Singh Malik lived an extraordinary life, often in the face of great adversity, yet always with with charm and good humour. He played cricket for Sussex and was an Oxford blue in golf, playing with the Prince of Wales.

He rose to become the Indian Ambassador to France after a long and distinguished career in the Indian Civil service, yet always maintained strong bonds with Great Britain. Yet it is as a fighter pilot during 1917-19 that he is best known, coming up against the Red Baron and the British military establishment. 

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19 Mar 2022 14:00