Imperial War Museum – museu imperial da guerra em Londres.
O museu imperial da guerra possui “filiais” em Londres, Duxford, North e Belfast
Aqui seguem as exposições de Londres:
| Explore History 1940
Explore History 1940 marks the seventieth anniversary of a year in which momentous events determined the eventual outcome of the Second World War.
| Outbreak 1939
20th August 2009 to 6th September 2011
Examine how Britain’s declaration of war in 1939 shaped the lives of ordinary men and women as well as those making the political decisions behind the scenes. Opens 20 August 2009.
| Baghdad, 5 March 2007: A New Display with Jeremy Deller
9th September 2010 to 31st March 2011
Location: Main Atrium
A new display with Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Dellar, Baghdad, 5 March 2007 will be displayed in the Museum’s main Atrium surrounded by some of the most powerful military hardward of the past 100 years.
| Remembering Fromelles
1st July 2010 to 31st January 2011
An exhibition revealing the story behind First World War graves excavated in 2009 and the creation of the Fromelles cemetery.
| The Ministry of Food
12th February 2010 to 3rd January 2011
Discover how ‘Digging for Victory’, taking up the ‘War on Waste’, and being both frugal and inventive on the ‘Kitchen Front’ helped to get Britain through the dark days of the Second World War.
| Horrible Histories™: Terrible Trenches Exhibition
18th July 2009 to 31st October 2010
Find out about life in the terrible trenches during the First World War in a fantastic family exhibition at Imperial War Museum London.
4th March 2008 to 31st December 2010
A selection from the Imperial War Museum’s collection of British art from the twentieth century.
| The Children’s War
18th March 2005 to 29th February 2012
A major exhibition looking at the home front in Britain through the eyes of children.
| The Lord Ashcroft Gallery, Extraordinary Heroes
12th November 2010
The Lord Ashcroft Gallery is the first major permanent gallery to open at Imperial War Museum London for ten years. This new gallery will house the Extraordinary Heroes exhibition, proudly presenting the world’s largest collection of Victoria Crosses alongside the 48 VCs and 31 George Crosses already held by the Museum.