Current students

  • French civilian Mari-Anne Le Du clasping a book among the debris in one of the rooms of her new home in the village of Buron, N. W. of Caen.
    © IWM (B 7700)
    Alice Tofts

    Understanding Jewish Memory through Oral History and Family Photographs: IWM’s Collection of Private and Personal Photographs of Jewish Refugees and Holocaust Survivors

  • Fabio Simonetti

    British military encounters with Italian civilians, 1943-1946

  • Army Film and Photographic Unit photographer Sgt Norman Midgley in his jeep
    © IWM (B 7947)
    Oliver Carter-Wakefield

    The cameraman’s experience of the Second World War: a study of the AFPU dope sheets/The Army Film and Photographic Film Unit, 1941-1945.

  • Mrs Kitchener, a female gravedigger, carries on her husband's business whilst he serves on the front, Aley Green Cemetery, Luton.
    © IWM (Q 31234)
    Colin Harding

    Horace Nicholls: Artist, Journalist, Propagandist, Opportunist

  • General Orde Wingate and an American Liason Officer in discussion with a Chindit.
    © IWM (MH 7864)
    Simon Browne

    Soldiers of stamina and daring: exploring the lives and legacies of Major General David Lloyd-Owen and Major General Orde Wingate

  • A maintenance Wren screwing down caps of the oil pump of an MTB engine.
    © IWM (A 12196)
    Jane Clarke

    A review of the impact of women’s military or wartime service in the aftermath of the First World War

  • The Battle For Britain, Ralph Applebaum Associates
    IWM
    Kasia Tomasiewicz

    The Imperial War Museum and British Public Memory of the Second World

  • A soldier passes war artist John Keane as he sketches during the Gulf War 1990-91
    © Ken Lennox (GLF 1324)
    Clare Carolin

    Bring the War Home: Civic Participation, Citizenship Rituals and the Representation of Conflict in Contemporary Art

  • British Army soldiers in the jungle in Kenya during the Mau Mau uprising in 1952 or 1953.
    © IWM (MAU 545)
    Tom Probert

    The impact of participating in British counterinsurgency campaigns, 1945-1997, on the psyche of British armed forces personnel

  • Hollad House Library, 1940. Three men inspect the book shelves in a bomb damaged hall.
    © IWM (HU 131632)
    Jane McArthur

    The Scars of War: Ruin, Memory and Loss in Photographs of World War II London

  • Herbert Hillier, 'Dreams! The 'Guard' Off Duty, July 2nd 1915' pencil drawing
    © IWM ART 4374
    Chloe Nahum

    ‘To dream as I have never dreamed before’: Dreaming and the First World War.

  • John Beales

    Surviving modern war: the experiences of British armed forces personnel during the Falklands campaign, 1982

  • Lee Arnott

    Confronting the Masculine Military Ideal: Experiences of Gay Soldiers in the British Army after 1982

  • Black and white photograph of British forces in Berlin post-war
    © IWM
    Ellis Keeber

    Berlin: British Cold War City, 1945-1994

  • Niels Boender

    'Legacies of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency: Activism and Politics in Central Kenya, 1956-1969'.

  • Katy Thornton

    'The influence of contemporary culture on young combatants in West Africa (1989–2003), explored through the archives of ‘trans-media’ journalist Tim Hetherington',

  • Maria Creech

    ‘Diversifying and decolonising conflict photography: an exploration of how accompanying textual information can influence the reading and understanding of photographs’

  • Megan O’Mahony

    The Body as a Battlefield: Material Culture and Narratives of Sexual Violence in Conflict