3 September 2018 - 23 July 2019
Discover some of the stories of Remembrance held by the Museum, the evolution of the poppy as a symbol, and how it is used today.
Investigate four key battles through primary sources and decide whether they can be considered victories or defeats.
Learn about the possibilities of prosthetic limbs for injured soldiers and get hands-on with our robotic arms.
Analyse recruitment posters from the Museum's collection and multimedia recreations of First World War parliamentary debates to explore the history of Army recruitment and conscription.
Get hands-on with real helmets from our handling collection, then use different materials to make and test your own.
Investigate the concept of Total War by tracing the steps taken to prepare an individual for industrialised conflict in the First and Second World Wars.
Explore how advertising and propaganda work, particularly focusing on recruitment campaigns of the First World War.
Discover the historic contributions of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole and why they have been remembered (or not) over time.
Analyse evidence from documents and artefacts, then curate an exhibition to make a case for whether the conflict was a mutiny or war of independence.
Explore the history of parachutes and how the Army uses them. Design, make and test your own inspired by the historic designs in our collections.
Soldiers have to be ready for anything! Explore and test materials by designing and building a shelter that will keep a soldier dry.
What was the Seven Years War and why is it known by so many different names? Use historical and geographical evidence to investigate the legacy of the conflict.
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