Last updated: 22 May 2013
The Press Office supports and promotes our extensive programme of exhibitions and events and delivers exciting and informative news from our Collection, experts and supporters.
We provide a service to journalists and media outlets who are looking for expert spokespersons or information about the Museum, including our Collection, exhibitions, events and fundraising campaigns.
17 May 2013
Discover deadly double-edged swords, dramatic decorative headdresses and over 150 years of Sikh history with ‘War and Sikhs’.
7 March 2013
The Battle of Rorke’s Drift in 1879 saw some of the most heroic fighting in our nation’s history, but the part played by Private David Jenkins, 1st Battalion, 24th (2nd Warwickshire) Regiment of Foot was almost lost.
4 March 2013
A rare tunic, worn at a bloody gunfight during the Indian Mutiny (1857-59), has been donated to the National Army Museum.
28 February 2013
Chelsea Pensioners’ wartime stories are being saved for the nation in an exciting new collaboration between the National Army Museum and the Royal Hospital Chelsea.
21 February 2013
The Museum is commemorating the contributions of Chinese citizens and soldiers during the First World War through a new community history project with members of the Anglo-Chinese community.
13 February 2013
The National Army Museum is delighted to announce the expansion of its Fundraising team, which is raising funds for the exciting redevelopment of the Museum’s Chelsea site.
11 February 2013
The diverse threads of art, Army and rehabilitation are drawn together with the launch of ‘Piece Makers’, an exciting new art collaboration from the National Army Museum and contemporary artist Susan Stockwell.
31 January 2013
The National Army Museum has kick-started Britain’s Greatest Battles an online public poll, exhibition and series of events, which explore the tactics, impact and innovations behind 20 significant British battles from the English Civil War to modern day Afghanistan.
12 December 2012
The National Army Museum has uncovered a First World War Christmas card sent 96 years ago today from the front line by the festively-named Holly Chrismas to his sweetheart, Ada Manley.
10 December 2012
The National Army Museum (NAM) is undertaking a radical transformation of its Chelsea site to provide its visitors with an enhanced museum experience.
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