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First World War

Last Chance to See – 36 Hours: Jutland 1916 Exhibition

The National Museum of the Royal Navy’s Battle of Jutland centenary exhibition 36 Hours: Jutland 1916: The Battle That Won The War … Read More

Beyond the Deepening Shadow

A poignant new installation at the Tower of London has opened to mark the centenary of the end of the Great War. Beyond the Deepening … Read More

Last ‘Tanky’ Killed in the Great War Identified

The last member of the Tank Corps to be killed in the First World War has been identified, reveals The Tank Museum, and he died just … Read More

Famous RAF Squadron Revived

One of the RAF’s longest-serving historic squadrons is to be reformed, the force has announced. With an increased demand for … Read More

New Online Great War Exhibition Launched

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) has launched its new online exhibition, called Shaping our Sorrow, to mark the centenary … Read More

Photo of the Week from Britain at War!

It’s photo of the week time from Britain at War. Our archive image for late October is of the aircraft carrier HMS Courageous. … Read More

They Shall Not Grow Old

Renowned New Zealand film director, Sir Peter Jackson ONZ KNZM, best known for the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies, has revived … Read More

‘Deborah’ Meets ‘Big Brute’

When Deborah met Big Brute, it was believed to be the first time two male and female tanks had sat side by side in one hundred years. … Read More

Amiens Centenary to be Marked at The Tank Museum

An impressive display of period tanks and vehicles will be the highlight of an event commemorating the centenary of the beginning of … Read More

Southampton Ready to Mark Warilda Tragedy

A Southampton-based charity will commemorate the sinking of the Australian hospital ship, HMAT Warilda, on 3 August with the lowering … Read More

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