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What happened when some of the most historic towns in Britain were targeted by the German Air Force in the Spring of 1942?
Recording Loss and Destruction: The National Building Record
How a small group of men and women battled against the threat to England's cultural heritage during a time of war. Explore the story through images from the archives of Historic England.
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Art in Exile
As the Second World War loomed, IWM staff had to make hard choices about how to protect the museum's art collection. Discover how they approached the task and what happened next.
The Lion of Mosul
After the Lion of Mosul was destroyed, a team of people used digital technology to ensure that this precious object would not be forgotten.
Curator Q&A: Tamsin Silvey
Tamsin Silvey is a curator at Historic England and worked on What Remains at IWM London. Hear what her job involves - and why she believes cultural preservation is important.
Curator Q&A: Carl Warner
Find how an exhibition looking at the destruction of culture is put together in this interview with IWM curator Carl Warner.
Culture Under Attack
Learn more about the exhibitions that make-up Culture Under Attack at IWM London.
Rebel Sounds: The Frankfurt Hot Club
The story of the young German jazz musicians who continued to play the music they loved during the Second World War, despite the risks they faced.