World War Two
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Marc Wilson's project to photograph World War II defences has resulted in a thought-provoking series of ethereal "documentary landscapes" at Fort Nelson.
The RAF Museum has begun the delicate process of lifting the last remaining World War Two Luftwaffe Dornier bomber from its 1940 resting place beneath the Kent sea.
The Imperial War Museum has announced its programme for its partial reopening at the end of July, returning after a closure of more than six-months.
Imperial War Museum Duxford begins its 70th anniversary commemoration of the Americans arriving at RAF Duxford with an exhibition of photos.
A series of fascinating linked exhibitions exploring the impact of war on the country house and its communities goes on show throughout Yorkshire in 2013 and 2014.
Imperial War Museum Duxford is preparing to open its first major permanent exhibition since 2007 revealing the history of the airfield and the men and women who served there.
Ahead of a Portsmouth Historic Dockyard exhibition in 2014 telling the story of the Royal Navy, organisers want to hear about a colonial force established for 16 years.
The Imperial War Museum has released two hard-hitting digital exhibitions via Google's virtual museum, Cultural Institute, for Holocaust Memorial Day.
Remembering World War II and the later genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur, venues across the country take part in this year's Holocaust Memorial Day.
The History of Enham Alamein recounts the Hampshire village's role in becoming an epicentre for an industrious charity which plays a vital role in supporting the disabled.
There's a spectacular night of 1940s entertainment in store at Brooklands Museum in Surrey for Museums at Night with World War II home front fashion, dancing and music.
David Cundall and his archaeological team begin using GeoPhys technology in an excavation which could uncover more than 100 buried World War II Spitfires in Burma.
The team searching for dozens of Spitfires thought to have been buried in Burma after World War II have arrived at the Yangon International Airport site.
The real Dad's Army is the subject of a moving exhibition of photographs, objects and stories at the Museum of the Manchester Regiment in Ashton-under-Lyne.
Experts say a lack of "vital information" has prevented them from deciphering a message found near the skeleton of a World War II carrier pigeon in a chimney in Surrey.