The museum has an extensive archive of documents and photographs for all four Corps, which encompasses medical professional papers, personal diaries, campaign accounts, books and manuals. There are no dedicated researchers employed by the museum; the work is carried out by the Director and Curatorial Staff when time permits.
The primary source for the Museum of Military Medicine research is the National Archives which holds the official records. Contact details can be found on our links page.
The RAMC Muniment Collection which consists of memorabilia donated to the RAMC pre 1990 by former officers and men of the Corps is held in the care of the Wellcome Library. Contact details can be found on our links page where a catalogue can be found online or in hard copy format at the Museum of Military Medicine.
Contact details of other Regimental and Corps Museums.
Wherever you find the British Army, you will find the Army Medical Services (AMS) who can deploy at short notice anywhere in the world to provide medical support.
Online database of all Commonwealth Soldiers that died in the 1st and 2nd World War.
Forces War Records and Military Genealogy.
Information on Florence Nightingale and the Crimea War.
Information on all administrative and organisational aspects of the British military nursing services in France and Flanders during the Great War.
Searchable copies of London Gazettes detailing those who were awarded gallantry medals as well as commissioning dates.
Commemorates all those who served in the RAMC during World War One.
Holds War Diaries for units in the 1st and 2nd World Wars, amongst other items.
Part of our Royal Army Medical Corps Muniment Collection is held at the Wellcome Library along with other documents relating to medical world.