Writing Armistice

Writing Armistice is the British Army’s 2018 poetry competition, sponsored by the Museum of Military Medicine. 2018 is the year of national commemoration of the Armistice in World War One. We invite poets to respond to these events, or any subject matter inspired by Armistice and to send us their resulting poems....Read more
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Green fields to Battlefields

An exhibition marking the role of horses in World War One produced by designers from Cranfield University will be on display at an Army museum in Aldershot from 21 August....Read more
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Centenary of the death of Captain Noel Godfrey Chavasse (1884–1917)

Today marks the centenary of the death of Captain Noel Godfrey Chavasse (1884–1917), a doctor in the Royal Army Medical Corps and one of only three people to have been awarded a Victoria Cross twice (the other two were Arthur Martin-Leake, also a doctor in the RAMC, and New Zealander Charles Upham, an infantryman)....Read more
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Display of Museum Plans in Cardiff

Design proposals for the new Museum of Military Medicine in Cardiff will be unveiled at a public exhibition taking place from midday on Monday 3 July to 6pm on Tuesday 4 July 2017. The exhibition will be held at the City Centre Campus of Cardiff and Vale College (the Atrium) on Dumballs Road, Cardiff, and […]...Read more
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Sanitation, Sand & Shells Exhibition

This exhibition explores the work of the R.A.M.C Sanitary Companies during the First World War, providing a unique insight into a relatively unknown aspect of the war: military hygiene and sanitation....Read more
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Public Consultation on New Museum of Military Medicine

The museum plans to relocate from Keogh Barracks near Aldershot to Cardiff Bay, and the site chosen lies at the junction of Lloyd George Avenue, one of the major routes connecting Cardiff City centre to Cardiff Bay, and Hemingway Road....Read more
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Sanitation, Sand and Shells

Historians at Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) are working in partnership with the Museum of Military Medicine on a project funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council – Gateways to the First World War....Read more
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