Sikh Man Who Took Japanese Bullet to the Jaw in WW2 Celebrates 100th Birthday

The man volunteered for the British Army and served in the North Western Frontier during World War 2.

Pritam Singh

Pritam Singh who from the England town of Meadowbank celebrated his 100th birthday with his five children, 12 grand children, and 19 great grandchildren.

Pritam Singh came to England in 1962 due to labor demands in the United Kingdom. He had volunteered for the British army and took a bullet to the jaw while he was fighting against the Japanese for the 16th Punjab Regiment.

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