Last updated: 16 January 2015
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27 February 2015
A host of original paintings and drawings created by a Wiltshire army officer during his time as a WWI prisoner of war (POW) have been made available online, 100 years after they were produced.
28 January 2015
A new website launching today features an eye-catching gallery of artefacts preserved from the Battle of Waterloo, as well as a comprehensive list of events taking place nationwide to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the battle in June.
26 January 2015
The January 1915 entries of a pocket diary belonging to Rifleman William Eve record in horrific detail dramatic artillery exchanges and sniper fire against a backdrop of punishing rain and cold.
16 January 2015
Newly digitised historic military records launched online today reveal the money paid by the British Government to the families of men killed in the First World War and the Boer War.
16 December 2014
The National Army Museum is bringing the UK tour of its successful 'Piece Makers' exhibition to The Fusilier Museum, Bury.
16 December 2014
A previously un-heard interview with a late war veteran who experienced the Christmas Truce of 1914 is to be posted on the National Army Museum website to mark the 100th anniversary of this astonishing act of festive goodwill.
3 December 2014
The remarkable achievements of ex-servicewoman Bevis Shergold have come to light in a newly unearthed collection of sports medals, photos and friends' accounts.
24 November 2014
A US-based charity is working to share the story of the British military across the Atlantic, marking the collective history of these two great armies.
12 November 2014
The first Jewish recipient of the Victoria Cross, Lieutenant Frank Alexander de Pass (1887-1914), is to be remembered for his repeated acts of great heroism by the National Army Museum, 100 years on.
16 October 2014
A national museum is set to remember a local Welsh captain who fought during the First World War. Captain (later Brigadier-General) Hubert Rees, of Conwy, Caernarvonshire, fought throughout the conflict, surviving several of its bloodiest campaigns and battles.
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