Category Archives: Object of the month

N is for Nurse

N is for Nurse

Our current object of the month, now on …

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Ladies gas mask

L is for Ladies Gas Mask

A new addition to the Collection of the …

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Knitting needles

K is for Knitting

Knitting for Victory During World War Two those …

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James Joseph Magennis portrait

J is for James Joseph Magennis VC

James Joseph Magennis was the only man from …

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American Insignia

I is for Insignia

There were 300,000 US service men and women …

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Ulster in the First World War by Jonathan Bardon

H is for History

History of Ulster in the First World War. …

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Gift box

G is for Princess Mary’s Gift Box

In October 1914, Princess Mary, the daughter of …

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Scrapbook excerpt 01

F is for First-hand accounts

As we approach the 73rd Anniversary of the …

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Enigma Machine

E is for Enigma Machine

One of the most widely known coding machines …

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Tin of Pure Dried Eggs

D is for Dried Eggs

Before the war, much of Britain’s food was …

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