Last updated: 30 November 2015
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.
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30 November 2015
Rare personal diaries and letters belonging to Lieutenant Henry Curtis Gallup that vividly describe one of the British Army’s worst defeats in the First World War are being published for the first time today.
30 November 2015
We are absolutely delighted that as part of the Spending Review and Autumn Statement, the National Army Museum has received £1 million from the LIBOR fines used to support military-related charities.
10 November 2015
This week the National Army Museum has achieved the Investing in Volunteers Quality Standard award; recognising the excellent work the Museum does with its volunteers.
5 November 2015
The Museum has produced a collection of videos investigating public opinion about the British Empire and Commonwealth and the troops that served alongside the British Army during the First World War.
29 October 2015
Personal journals belonging to Dublin-born WW1 captain Noel Edmund Drury show that it wasn't just the enemy that troops feared, but the punishing weather could just as easily wreak disarray and death.
13 October 2015
This unique touring exhibition explores themes of soldiers’ recovery and rehabilitation and opens at the home of The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Collection in Low Parks Museum, Hamilton on Saturday 31 October.
25 September 2015
Details of the military career of a Glamorgan soldier, Second Lieutenant Rupert Hallowes - who was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions during the First World War - are to be added to the National Army Museum's website 100 years after his death.
24 August 2015
Diaries belonging to Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Jourdain of The Connaught Rangers have been made available online for the first time, exactly 100 years after he was left as the sole-surviving officer in his battalion headquarters during the Gallipoli campaign.
11 August 2015
For the first time in its 60-year history the National Army Museum will host a fully immersive cinema experience to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.
30 July 2015
Letters belonging to a Bedford soldier have been made available online for the first time. The letters detail his experience fighting with South African troops against a small but determined resistance in the German colony of South-West Africa in 1915.
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