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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:

PR and Communications Manager
E: pr@nam.ac.uk | Tel: 020 7881 2433

Press releases

Year: 20192018 2017 | 2016 | 2015

A training patrol of the 16th/5th The Queen’s Royal Lancers visits the Inner German Border, 1979

Berlin Wall installed at National Army Museum to mark 30th anniversary of its fall

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1 November 2019: The National Army Museum reflects on 75 years of the British Army in Germany with the installation of a section of the Berlin Wall, the launch of a new book and the announcement its major exhibition for 2020.

Subadar Major Judbhir Thapa, 2nd Gurkha Rifles, 1893

Memorial to British Indian Army unveiled at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

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6 September 2019: The National Army Museum has reinvigorated the historic Indian Army Memorial Room at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst with unseen items from its collection.

Take the Tank Challenge with the National Army Museum this summer

Take the Tank Challenge with the National Army Museum this summer

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23 July 2019: Big kids and little kids alike have been having fun at Victoria station this week as they take part in the National Army Museum's remote-control #TankChallenge.

Rise of the Lionesses exhibition

Rise of the Lionesses: New exhibition explores changing roles of women in the British Army

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28 June 2019: A new spotlight exhibition, written in partnership with the WRAC Association, explores the changing roles of women in the Army from 1917 to the present day.

Penalty for disregarding D-Day secrecy: Death for your comrades

Penalty for disregarding D-Day secrecy: Death for your comrades

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30 May 2019: Among the work of Abram Games currently on display at the National Army Museum is a poster warning soldiers against disclosing military secrets prior to D-Day (6 June 1944).

UK's National Army Museum to hand over locks of hair belonging to Emperor Tewodros II of Ethiopia

National Army Museum to hand over locks of hair belonging to Emperor Tewodros II of Ethiopia

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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.

The art of persuasion: Wartime posters by Abram Games

The art of persuasion: Wartime posters by Abram Games

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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.

National Army Museum Responds to Repatriation Request from Ethiopia

National Army Museum responds to repatriation request from Ethiopia

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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.

ATS women outside their Nissen huts, 1945

National Army Museum launches Spotlight Saturdays

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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.

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