World War Two
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The George Cross medal given to Richard Moore, a mine disposal volunteer who helped seek out 17 unexploded parachutes during five September days in 1940, goes on display today.
Archaeologists have found an officers' toilet in a replica German trench made in the Hampshire countryside in World War One
The "Bedlam Trenches" - designed a century ago to replicate the German systems at the Battle of the Somme - have been excavated by Wessex Archaeology during an intense two-week dig.
Arms, eyes and masks: Ten chilling exhibits from the Science Museum's World War One Wounded exhibition
As the new exhibition exploring the experiences and treatment of combatants and carers in World War One opens, take a look at ten key exhibits.
Getting ready for action: Veteran recalls D-Day as piece from huge ocean pipe is revealed in Hampshire
A piece of the Pipe Line Under the Ocean, a 770-mile connection which supplied the army with 172 million gallons of fuel during World War Two, will be shown to the public in Lepe.
For the first time ever, all the equipment used in making and breaking Hitler's most secret cipher has been demonstrated to an audience, including Bletchley veterans, at The National Museum of......
The Royal Voluntary Service is to digitise recently uncovered records, offering a new insight into life on the Home Front and the work of the WVS during the Second World War.
The battles of Verdun, Jutland and the Somme left a mass of untold stories and uncelebrated individuals behind. These ten objects help tell some of those tales.
Nicknamed Olly, a Norwegian man left his family without telling them and fled the SS to help the RAF during the Second World War. Now his story is being told in Scotland for the first time.
The Spitfire, Hurricane and Messerschmidt Me 109 are among the historic aircraft being stripped and inspected at the RAF Museum who are inviting the public to film and take photographs.
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.