Access, filming and photography

The Press Office provides a service to journalists and media outlets who are looking for expert spokespersons or information about the National Army Museum, including our collections, exhibitions, events and fundraising campaigns.

Media access and visits to the museum, including all professional filming and photography, must be arranged in advance by contacting:

Eloise Maxwell, PR and Communications Manager
E: | Tel: 020 7881 2433

Press releases

Year: 2018 2017 | 2016 | 2015

Battery Quartermaster Sergeant Samuel Pye

East London soldier’s photographs capture life behind the lines on the Western Front

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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.

Revolver given to Captain Lionel Gray by Lieutenant Colonel T E Lawrence in 1916

Revolver captured by Lawrence of Arabia donated to the National Army Museum

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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.

Major William Leith-Ross, 1920

Aberdeenshire soldier’s story of courage and endurance

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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.

Exterior of Museum

Mr Justin Maciejewski DSO MBE appointed Director General of the National Army Museum

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11 January 2018: The National Army Museum announces the appointment of Mr Justin Maciejewski DSO MBE as the new Director General.

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