The collections of the National Army Museum relate the overall history of the British Army, British colonial, imperial and commonwealth forces and the British Indian Army as a whole from 1066 to the present and its effects on national and international history.

However, prior to the 2014 closure, the Museum's displays on the period from 1066 to 1642 were wholly via interpretation rather than objects, since its collecting remit is from the English Civil War onwards. Though the National Army Museum does hold a small number of early objects (such as a bronze saker from the 1530s)

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School's out for summer! Join our Summer Mission: Parachute Adventures with kids and grandkids for FREE family fun this summer

šŸ”µ Make a parachute and land it in our Drop Zone
šŸ”µ Go back in time to meet a Special Operations Executive agent
šŸ”µ Giant parachute games for 3-6s


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This Saturday, meet Philip Hamlyn Williams here as he signs copies of his new book šŸ“–

Published by The History Press 'Ordnance' is the story of the civilian men and women who risked their lives to equip the British Army during the First World War. 11am-1pm, FREE:

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