With many museums and galleries still closed, Military History Matters has compiled a guide to some interesting websites you can check out from the safety of your own home. Click on the links below to find out more.
With the pandemic closing museums and galleries for the foreseeable future, Military History Matters has compiled a guide to some interesting websites you can check out from the comfort of your own home.
MHM‘s round-up of the best military history events, exhibitions, and lectures this February. THEATRE Beware of Pity 9-12 February 2017 Barbican Theatre, Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS www.barbican.org.uk 020 7638 8891 £16-40 Based on Stefan Zweig’s 1939 novel of the same title, Simon McBurney’s production of Beware of Pity tells the story of one young […]
An MHM selection of some of the best events coming up in May. Experience a re-enactment at the National Civil War Centre, attend a Magna Carta workshop at The National Archives in Kew, or visit an Waterloo exhibition at the British Museum.
An MHM selection of some of the best events coming up in April. Visit a militaria event in Belgium, attend the sixth Wellington Congress at the University of Southampton, or pop along to the London Canal Museum for an exhibition on the Waterways of the Western Front.
The best military history events, lectures, and exhibitions. Exhibition: WAR MUSIC: NOTES FROM THE FIRST WORLD WAR In the First World War music was heard on the battlefield, in concert halls, in the camps and in churches. Music reflected and affected all the emotions of war with everything from requiems to rousing choruses. Marking the […]
The best military history events, lectures, and exhibitions. Exhibition: TATE MODERN – CONFLICT, TIME, PHOTOGRAPHY Conflict, Time, Photography traces diverse and poignant journeys through 150 years of conflict around the world since the invention of photography. In this moving exhibition at Tate Modern, the works are ordered according to how long after the event they were created from moments, days and weeks to decades later. […]
The best military history events, lectures, and exhibitions. Event: NURSING ON THE HOME FRONT IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR For the centenary of the first Zeppelin raid on London (19 January 1915), Stuart Wildman will explore the often forgotten story of nursing at home during the First World War. Details: 15 January 2015 Royal College […]
The best military history events, lectures, and exhibitions. Exhibition: FIRST WORLD WAR LIVES Using items from the Caird Library, and work created by the students of the Royal Hospital School in collaboration with Rozanne Hawksley, this display will explore the lives of First World War sailors and how they are remembered today. Details: Throughout December 2014 National Maritime Museum Park Row, Greenwich London, SE10 9NF […]