Last updated: 16 June 2015
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2 July 2015
Opening on 6 July 2015 at The King's Own Scottish Borderers Museum, Berwick, the 'Piece Makers' exhibition will run until 28 September 2015.
1 July 2015
Go back to 1815 this week (1-2 July) as the National Army Museum's pop-up pub arrives in Norfolk. Aptly named The Duke of Wellington, the pub will be landing at the Royal Norfolk Show, where passers-by will be greeted by Napoleonic soldiers serving pints of history.
16 June 2015
A First World War trench map belonging to a London soldier has been made available online for the first time. The map shows the routes of approach taken through the trench system during a British attack at Givenchy, in Flanders.
12 June 2015
The National Army Museum is publishing a unique archive online to mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo (18 June). The archive consists of more than 400 objects relating to the period, from personal letters to official documents and journals.
1 June 2015
Visitors to the Graves Gallery will soon have the chance to discover more about the Battle of Waterloo, as it hosts the 'Work in Focus: The Battle of Waterloo' display from 13 June to 29 August, in collaboration with the National Army Museum.
28 May 2015
Visitors to Firing Line will soon have the chance to discover more about the Battle of Waterloo, as it hosts the ‘Waterloo Lives: The Battle For Honour’ exhibition from Monday 1 June in collaboration with the National Army Museum.
26 May 2015
Visitors to Liverpool will soon have the chance to discover more about the Battle of Waterloo, as it hosts a series of free 'Waterloo Lives' exhibitions from Saturday 6 June, in collaboration with the National Army Museum.
26 May 2015
The story of a Fulham soldier has been published online for the first time, 100 years after his death at the Battle of Aubers Ridge in Artois, France, on 9 May 1915.
19 May 2015
Londoners were treated to a very modern take on the life of a solider this morning, as a thought-provoking piece of street art was unveiled in Shoreditch, East London, commissioned by the National Army Museum to mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo (18 June 2015).
16 May 2015
Go back to 1815 this weekend (16 May) as the National Army Museum’s pop-up pub arrives in Taunton. Aptly named 'The Duke of Wellington', the pub will be landing at Castle Green, where passers-by will be greeted by Napoleonic soldiers serving pints of history.
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