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18 March 2019: An agreement has been reached on the manner and style of the hand-over to the Government of Ethiopia of locks of hair belonging to Emperor Tewodros II.
7 March 2019: 'The art of persuasion: Wartime posters by Abram Games' is a major retrospective of the pioneering work of graphic artist Abram Games, opening at the National Army Museum on 6 April 2019.
4 March 2019: The Museum has agreed to repatriate items from its collection, considered to be human remains, following a request from the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia in April last year.
23 January 2019: The Museum kicks off a new series of public events to showcase the work of specific regiments, topical themes or inspiring key campaigns in the nation's history.
31 December 2018: The National Army Museum is pleased to announce that Michael O’Connor, Deputy Director, is awarded an OBE in Her Majesty The Queen’s New Year’s Honours 2019 for services to military heritage.
5 December 2018: The National Army Museum welcomed Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cornwall this evening to view its latest exhibition, 'Alfred Munnings: War Artist, 1918'.
15 November 2018: On Thursday 22 November 2018, 26 school children from Year 6 at St Joseph's Catholic Primary School in Chelsea will take over the National Army Museum in the nationwide, annual Kids in Museums Takeover Day.
7 November 2018: A collection of letters and photographs reveals the story of 19-year-old Second Lieutenant Noel Evans and the tragic timing of his death on the morning the Armistice was signed.
26 October 2018: One hundred years ago, Indian medical officer Captain Heerajee Cursetjee was awarded the Distinguished Service Order for his bravery during the final stages of the campaign in Mesopotamia.
25 October 2018: As the First World War centenary period draws to a close, the National Army Museum hosts its November 'museum late', asking the pertinent question: Are we getting Remembrance right?
27 September 2018: One hundred years ago, Captain Gerald Uloth and his regiment arrived in Transcaspia to reinforce a British mission tasked with resisting enemy influence in the area.
19 September 2018: From 30 November 2018 to 3 March 2019, the National Army Museum will exhibit the work of Sir Alfred Munnings (1878-1959) in 'Alfred Munnings: War Artist, 1918'.
8 August 2018: The maps and memoirs of Captain Daniel Hickey shed light on the Allied victory at Amiens in August 1918. This struggle helped decide the war on the Western Front.
20 July 2018: One hundred years ago, in July 1918, Lieutenant Bernard Ellis took up a new post as a bombing instructor. For his heroism in this role, Ellis received the Albert Medal.
26 June 2018: One hundred years ago in June 1918, Major John Carter was involved in trialling new methods of parachuting agents behind enemy lines.
23 May 2018: One hundred years ago in May 1918, Lance-Corporal Talbot Mohan and his comrades were caught up in the chaos of the Allied retreat during the Third Battle of the Aisne.
18 April 2018: One hundred years ago in April 1918, Acting Lieutenant-Colonel Bowcher Clarke was commanding the 4th Battalion, The Worcestershire Regiment, when the German attack in Flanders began.
24 March 2018: One hundred years ago in March 1918 Acting Captain Alfred Toye, a second lieutenant with 2nd Battalion The Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment), found himself in the eye of the storm when the German Spring Offensive began.
26 February 2018: One hundred years ago between February and April 1918 Battery Quartermaster Sergeant Samuel Pye took a series of photographs of British soldiers that show how life on the Western Front was not always about death and destruction.
8 February 2018: A revolver taken from a captured Turkish officer by Colonel TE Lawrence, popularly known as Lawrence of Arabia, has been donated to the National Army Museum.
23 January 2018: Today the National Army Museum is publishing the story of Captain Leith-Ross. This comes exactly 100 years after a precursor Special Forces unit, called Dunsterforce, was sent on a daring secret mission to northern Persia and the Caucasus to safeguard Baku’s oil from the Turks.
11 January 2018: The National Army Museum announces the appointment of Mr Justin Maciejewski DSO MBE as the new Director General.