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Imperial War Museum London

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Imperial War Museum

Explore people’s experiences of modern war from WW1 to conflicts today.

did you know

  • All sorts of animals served in the First World War, from horses, dogs and pigeons to camels in the desert. Look out for a dog collar in our First World War Galleries worn by a messenger dog called Wolf!
  • The IWM London Atrium and Terraced Galleries house a collection of large objects charting the stories of war up to the present day, including a V-2 rocket, a Harrier Jump Jet and a drone.
  • The Lord Ashcroft Gallery showcases astonishing acts of bravery. See the Extraordinary Heroes exhibition, delve into the world of espionage in Secret War and explore key moments of the Second World War in the award-winning Holocaust Exhibition. 

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IWM LONDON

Lambeth Road, London, SE1 6HZ 

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