The Road To Kabul: British Armies In Afghanistan, 1839-1919  

 
 

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The Road To Kabul: British Armies In Afghanistan, 1839-1919 at National Army Museum. Artefacts from the First, Second and Third Afghan Wars including excerpts from soldiers' letters and journals, medals and memorabilia. These items are on display alongside Matthew Cook's paintings of the current conflict in Afghanistan.

 

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Jewish refugees in the British ArmyJewish refugees in the British ArmyLiterary & Education, Talk.2017-06-30T11:30:00+01002017-06-30T00:00:00+0100 Where:
National Army Museum,   Royal Hospital Road      SW3 4HT
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National Army Museum,   Royal Hospital Road      SW3 4HT
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War Paint Exhibition TourWar Paint Exhibition Tour2017-07-02T14:30:00+01002017-07-30T00:00:00+0100 Where:
National Army Museum,   Royal Hospital Road      SW3 4HT
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Walking Tour: Beyond The battlefieldWalking Tour: Beyond The battlefieldAttractions & Museums, Guided Tour.2017-07-08T14:30:00+01002017-07-08T00:00:00+0100 Where:
National Army Museum,   Royal Hospital Road      SW3 4HT
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Diversity And The ArmyDiversity And The ArmyLiterary & Education, Talk.2017-07-12T19:00:00+01002017-07-12T00:00:00+0100 Where:
National Army Museum,   Royal Hospital Road      SW3 4HT
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National Army Museum,   Royal Hospital Road      SW3 4HT
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National Army Museum,   Royal Hospital Road      SW3 4HT
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