Last updated: 3 August 2016
The National Army Museum’s study collection reflects the rich history and traditions of the British Army. Advice on carrying out genealogical research and curatorial assistance in identifying and interpreting military artefacts is also available.
The online inventory enables researchers to find out what the Museum holds. The inventory currently contains records for over 100,000 objects and over 40,000 books.
Five Irish regiments of the British Army were disbanded following the establishment of the independent Irish Free State in 1922. Search their enlistment books for records of soldiers serving in 1920-22.
The Templer Study Centre offers visitors an unrivalled opportunity to explore in depth the campaigns, personalities and social history of the British Army.
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.