Throughout history, those who have served in the British Army have combined life with partners and families with their military duties.
The National Army Museum holds a fascinating variety of correspondence that sheds light on the role of women in the Army, demonstrates what troops serving abroad wrote home to their loved ones, and reveals charming details about military courtship and marriage.
Find out more in our celebration of love and the Army from the 18th century to today.
Members of the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) kissing their husbands goodbye, 1939
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