Last updated: 19 February 2014
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.
18 February 2014
New online records of First World War soldiers' last pounds, shillings and pence will provide the public with invaluable insights into their lives and deaths.
23 January 2014
This Valentine's Day skip the saccharine sentiments and discover how love thrived and endured during the First and Second World Wars in a new book, 'Wives and Sweethearts: Love Letters Sent During Wartime'.
16 January 2014
A bright open atrium, stunning new galleries, a dedicated learning suite, an upgraded research centre and new café and shop facilities are all part of the £23.25m plans to transform the National Army Museum.
14 January 2014
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has awarded a £96,300 grant for the development of 'The Waterloo 200 Digital Legacy Project', which will provide an online focus for the UK’s 2015 Battle of Waterloo bicentenary commemorations.
8 January 2014
The National Army Museum will be working with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and the Army to investigate cases of First and Second World War soldiers and officers who are currently not commemorated as war casualties.
16 December 2013
The National Army Museum is delighted to have secured £71,292 for its Indian Army Collection in the latest round of grants from the Esmée Fairbairn Collections Fund.
28 November 2013
A generous donation makes the National Army Museum the holder of the world’s greatest collection of Indian Army insignia.
18 November 2013
This week several Chelsea Pensioners saw their Second World War experiences commemorated in a new display, which will run until 3 January 2014 at the National Army Museum, Chelsea.
24 September 2013
The National Army Museum is undertaking a major project to improve its Collection storage facilities. This means that there will be a reduced level of access to the Templer Study Centre collections from September 2013.
17 September 2013
The National Army Museum is delighted to welcome Ms Genevieve Adkins as the Museum’s new Assistant Director (Public Programmes).
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