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Royal Army Dental Corps
Since its formation 100 years ago in January 1921, the Royal Army Dental Corps has taken care of the British Army’s teeth, whether in barracks or on active operations.
Join us for a virtual panel discussion examining the liberation of Nazi concentration camps by Allied forces, the impact on the soldiers involved, and the influence on Allied attitudes towards the German people.
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‘Watch and Be Sober’: The story of Army temperance
As many of us contemplate a ‘dry January’, we take a look at a collection of medals demonstrating soldiers' efforts to resist the temptation of the demon drink.
In May 1945, British troops began occupying and administering a ruined country. They also hunted war criminals, rebuilt industry and helped displaced persons, while learning to live and work alongside recent enemies.
In 1945, British troops occupied Germany alongside their wartime Soviet allies. But in the years that followed, growing tension between East and West evolved into the Cold War, prompting a more defensive role for those garrisoned in West Germany.
First World War
First World War in Focus
Discover the national and global impact of the First World War and hear the stories of men and women whose lives were affected by the conflict.