Photo: The museum's exterior. (See were there so long it was dark when we left!)
The museum’s Humber ‘Pig’ general purpose truck. The type was used by the Army circa 1953 until 1981. This example is on show within the Society gallery. All photos: Nigel Price
The Britain at War editorial team had a visit to the excellent National Army Museum in London yesterday. In fact, we spent most of the day at the museum, as there was much to see! The museum is located in Chelsea, just a 10-minute walk from Sloane Square tube station.
It’s free to enter, and is highly recommended! For more details, see: www.nam.ac.uk
The Pack Gun, part of the Army gallery.
The collection’s 4.5in Quick Firing (QF) Howitzer of 1918.
The museum’s exterior. (See were there so long it was dark when we left!)
March 2019THE GREAT ESCAPE: 75th ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
• Marking the 75th Anniversary of the Legendary Stalag Luft III Breakout
• The Story of the Incredible Tunnels
• Captured in Action
HERO OF THE MONTH
Captain Richard Annand VC
WEAPONS OF WAR
A British Success Story – Ferret Scout Car
AGAINST THE ODDS
Flying Hampden Torpedo Bombers to Russia