This is a computer logged into WW2 People's War for the use of visitors to the National Army Museum, Chelsea.
The Adventures of the British Soldier
Discover the lives, legends and legacies of the men and women who have served in the British Army. Find out about the most remarkable episodes in Britain¹s history and see some of Britain¹s finest military treasures and works of martial art. We¹ll show you just how soldiers have lived and fought from the Battle of Agincourt right up to the modern day.
Visit our National Service exhibition and learn drill or prepare for inspection in the barrack room. Explore a dank and dirty First World War trench, compete against your friends in a giant snakes and ladders style floorgame, and find Everest conqueror Major Bronco Lane's grisly frostbitten fingers! You can find out how much you weigh in cannonballs, try on uniforms and helmets, have a go at our computer combat challenge and look for the ghostly skeleton of Napoleon's horse. At the National Army Museum the adventures of the British soldier are brought vividly to life!
Call 020 7730 0717 or email email@example.com for your FREE What¹s On guide to FAMILY events!
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