Last updated: 6 February 2013
The National Army Museum’s study collection reflects the rich history and traditions of the British Army. Researchers can access this collection via the links below. Advice on carrying out genealogical research and curatorial assistance in identifying and interpreting military artefacts is also available.
The inventory is aimed at providing researchers with a facility to find out what the Museum currently holds. An online collection with selected individual records with more detailed information, interpretation and images will be available on the site shortly.
The Templer Study Centre offers visitors an unrivalled opportunity to explore in depth the campaigns, personalities and social history of the British Army.
Need help identifying an item of militaria? Looking for advice on researching your military forebears? The Museum's curatorial team are on hand to answer your questions at our regular Identification and Advice sessions.
Our Family History page features a wide range of information for family historians or anyone researching the military career of a friend or relative.
If you have a question about our Collection or would like to request access to a particular object, find out where to direct your enquiry.
A selection of publications providing useful information on topics ranging from researching soldiers' records to military art and photography.
Some of the most famous units in British Army history. Each entry provides a brief introduction, some fascinating facts and links for further research.
The Museum increasingly hosts conferences where interested parties are invited to submit proposals for papers to be read during the proceedings.