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This photograph was taken whilst Mr Churchill was on a visit to the North East of England. Whilst visiting coastal defences at Hornsea in Yorkshire he was given an explanation of the mechanism of the Thompson submachine gun. The Thompson submachine...
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The multi-award winning IWM North opened on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal on 5 July 2002 and has since welcomed over 2.5 million visitors. It is the youngest of IWMs five branches and the first outside the south-east of England. This...
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Sew on badge with the crest of RAF Duxford. Suitable for Guide Scout groups as well as IWM Duxford enthusiasts. Exclusive to IWM.
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This poster shows Winston Churchill inspecting a 'Tommy gun' while visiting coastal defence positions near Hartlepool on 31 July 1940. Produced during the Second World War 50.5cm x 76cm © IWM (H 2646A)
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Once Upon A Wartime IWM Exhibition The Books War Horse Carrie’s War The Machine Gunners The Silver Sword Little Soldier New! Little Manfred Events Learning Competition Press About Exhibition Once Upon A Wartime: Classic War Stories for Children runs from...
Historic Duxford | Historic Duxford is a new exhibition at IWM Duxford, which will tell the story of
Historic Duxford | Historic Duxford is a new exhibition at IWM Duxford, which will tell the story of this famous RAF station Home About IWM Duxford Tell us what you think By: Carl 02-03-2011 Exhibition development 4 comments I’m Carl, Duxford’s...
UKNIWM Home About UKNIWM News and articles about war memorials in the UK Feeds: Posts Comments Memorial rediscovered after 80 years 22 March, 2011 by ukniwm2 Blog by volunteer fieldworker Gordon Amand A memorial from the Great War has been found while...