Letters from a Chief Stoker to his fiancee reveal the pain of separation
The story of Constance Hale, one of the few woman recipients of the Atlantic Star medal
Carving depicting two Royal Marines Commandos as equipped during the Second World War
This portrait is unusual as it shows a very young and junior officer of the time, whereas most portraits captured people later in their careers.
Learn why Captain Arthur Wilson won the Victoria Cross in 1884 and how his sword broke during the fight.
See how a punishment book from HMS Leviathan gives a unique insight into life in a 74 gun ship which fought in the fleet at Trafalgar.
Hear about Margaret Hodgson’s top-secret work during the Second World War as one of the first Wrens to go overseas.
A chance discovery has reunited the Museum’s enigma machine with its set of spare rotors.
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