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Within months of World War One breaking out, it became clear that recruiting enough volunteers to win the war was a huge task. Ahead of a new exhibition in Bath, see some of the persuasive posters produced.
The raiders return to Mercia: From shoes to a child's skate, exhibits show lives of the Vikings in Shropshre
Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery’s new exhibition reveals day-to-day life and the complex concepts surrounding afterlife beliefs in a county which suffered multiple Viking raids.
From the Boer War of more than a century ago to the first World Conference on Women, held in Mexico in 1975, here are six images from the London School of Economics' new exhibition.
Florence Nightingale's letter about "vision" which called her to nursing set for first display in public
An unseen letter from Florence Nightingale detailing the inspiration which called her to pursue her nursing career has been uncovered in a former family home in Cornwall.
The big guns: Arsenal of B98 German destroyer from World War One Battle of Jutland heads to Portsmouth
The large deck gun from the German B98 destroyer, used at the Battle of Jutland, is heading to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard alongside a gun from HMS Opal, which also took part in the battle.
"Mental cases", parasites, brandy injections and food complaints: First World War hospital ship diaries go online
Setting up hospitals in battlegrounds and out at sea created a variety of challenges, as a new set of more than 200 diaries, put online by The National Archives, illustrate.
See the seven artefacts from the Mary Rose appearing on BBC Two's Great History Quiz Christmas special
Seven fascinating artefacts from the wreck of the Mary Rose - as featured on the BBC's Great History Quiz Christmas edition.
On Winston Churchill's 141st birthday, Phil Reed, the Director of London's Churchill War Rooms, takes a look at the rooms and objects which tell the tale of his leadership.
"He knew how much was riding on this": Winston Churchill's "finest hour" speech among a million documents in archive of former Prime Minister
On what would have been his 141st birthday, a vast archive of letters written by Winston Churchill, including a copy of his "finest hour" speech to parliament, has been recognised by the United......
The best ever view of the Mary Rose hull since her raising in 1982 is promised when the Mary Rose Museum re-opens in late summer 2016.