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Trade Union members say plans have been made to close the IWM's popular library, claiming they could cause the loss of up to 80 jobs after a £4 million cut in government funding.
Granddaughter's shock discovery leads to story of World War I conscientious objector who served as medic
The family of a Quaker who served at a French Clearing Station in World War I have donated precious items to a museum after being shocked to see his pay book on display.
When they are taken down tomorrow, the Tower of London's poppies will have been perhaps the most celebrated artwork made for the World War I Centenary. Their success, says Paul Cummins, came out of his Pride Park studio.
A new exhibition, Hove at War, includes the names of more than 600 men and women from Sussex who lost their lives during the First World War.
Helen Marshall's giant mosaic of World War I hero Private James Beaney, created with the faces of 20,000 people who attended BBC events, will appear at IWM North for the remembrance weekend and......
Windsor Castle is opening up its famous Waterloo Chamber as part of a series of special visitor improvements and displays marking the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo.
York City Council has announced it will invest £100,000 in restoring Walmgate Bar, including plans to give the public a viewing platform on the roof and a hand rail walkway.
The first Listed Building Heritage Partnership Agreement in England has been signed by the Trustees of Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome Near Maldon in Essex.
A former fighter pilot who fought with the USAAF out of Duxford during World War Two has unveiled the world's oldest preserved P-51 Mustang at IWM Duxford.
Curators say an exhibition devoted to the Duke of Wellington next year aims to reveal his political career and decline in popularity, as well as the story of his most famous victory.
Peirson Frank, the civil engineer who created a rapid response unit to protect flood defences from Luftwaffe attacks during World War II, has been honoured in London.
The National Museum of the Royal Navy says a “stunning immersive battle experience” will await visitors to the HMS M33 when it opens to the public in 2015.