Recently, I was delighted get an invite to the Imperial War Museum's (IWM) inaugural re-opening of its American Air Museum (AAM) at Duxford in Cambridgeshire. The AAM opened to the public on Saturday 19 March 2016, after being closed for 12 months for major redevelopment work. Show More Summary
A look at the efforts of British armed forces abroad.
Members of the 7th Seaforth Highlanders, 15th (Scottish) Division during Operation Epsom on June 26, 1944. (Photo: Laing (Sgt)/Imperial War Museums) In early November, NASA astronaut Kjell Lindgren performed a stirring bagpipe rendition...Show More Summary
It is good to learn that the current management of the V&A want to reverse their predecessors’ lack of interest… The post The Imperial War Museum should consider accepting Margaret Thatcher’s wardrobe appeared first on Spectator Blo...
A new exhibition at the Imperial War Museum in London highlights Lee Miller's photos of women's experiences during WWII
"Lee Miller: A Woman's War" is a new major exhibition at the Imperial War Museum in London
Imperial War Museum presents an astonishing life.
Dan sent us these photos be took at the Imperial War Museum in London. This M1 Carbine, which was used by Norwegian resistance during WWII, has a German ZF-41 scope attached to the handguard. The German ZF-41 scope was the original “scout-style” scope. Show More Summary
A soldier, possibly Peter Prendys, lets Wojtek engage in his favorite activity—snacking. (Photo: Imperial War Museum/Public Domain) As the Syrian conflict escalates, millions of families have fled the country, searching for safer, better...Show More Summary
This 1944 Willys Jeep in classic US military livery was stolen from the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, England where it was parked out front for a show. It belonged to a 73-year-old man who got his hands on it and restored after his father had actually driven it in World War II. Read more...
LONDON — A collection of rare photographs showing Britain during World War II have been released by the Imperial War Museum to mark the 75th anniversary of the Blitz. They give another perspective on the period between September 1940...Show More Summary
A collection of very rare color photographs of life in London and across the UK during the Blitz have been released to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. The images are on display as in the Imperial War Museum in...Show More Summary
“The redesigned atrium of South London’s Imperial War Museum tells the story of 20th Century war through objects such as guns, vehicles and clothing. Permanent World War One galleries have opened as a reminder of the conflict’s size and devastation, including interactive displays on life in the trenches. The museum employs advisers on how to […]
Imperial War Museum, via Long Long Trail The First World War was an unprecedented catastrophe that shaped our modern world. Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened. This is the 185th installment...Show More Summary
An assault rifle displayed at London's Imperial War Museum has been removed after it emerged that it was linked to a terror attack in Northern Ireland in 1992, the police ombudsman said on Friday. The VZ58, which looks like a Kalashnikov,...Show More Summary
Satirical posters and terrifying statistics make a powerful anti-war case.
The British rare car and motorcycle auction season kicks off this week with H&H Classic Auctions' Imperial War Museum sale where several key lots are expected to provide a litmus test for the elite classic motorcycle market. Some choice...Show More Summary
The Imperial War Museum has been a poignant and moving memorial to Great Britain's involvement in modern conflict for nearly a hundred years. In 1917, the British War Cabinet voted to create a national war museum that would record the horrific events still taking place in Flanders. Show More Summary
The first major retrospective of the work of political artist Peter Kennard opens at London's Imperial War Museum in May, with over 200 pieces spanning almost 50 years. Alongside some haunting paintings and photomontages will be a new installation reflecting on the human and financial cost of war...
The British Museum. “But it was London’s Imperial War Museum which saw the most significant increase in visitor numbers across the year.”