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9h Ago
@JCCLearning Thanks for getting in touch. You can search the @IWM_Centenary calendar for centenary events in your area: https://t.co/ksfHR6llsj
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@nursemoneywise Thanks for getting in touch. Photography is not permitted inside the Holocaust Exhibition. You can find more articles on the Holocaust which your daughter may find helpful in her research on our website: https://t.co/03E4m8XjfS
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12h Ago
What was life like for the airmen on board the iconic Lancaster? Join IWM’s Head of Second World War, John Delaney, for a Curator Tour and discover the stories of the Lancaster fuselage on display at #IWMLondon. https://t.co/KI3JF3m5ZY https://t.co/uJCapW6k8Z
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16h Ago
Opening at #IWMLondon in September, Renewal: Life After the First World War in Photographs explores the innovation and resourcefulness of the human spirit in a post-war world. Learn more about this free exhibition, part of the #MakingANewWorld season: https://t.co/RqYs71n5bg https://t.co/2t2A8km6Kb
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1d Ago
The Cabinet War Rooms were in use 24 hours a day until 16 August 1945, when the lights were turned off in the Map Room for the first time in six years. Visit #ChurchillWarRooms and see these secret underground rooms up close: https://t.co/AdwONRIr5D https://t.co/ENXYk4IXf7
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2d Ago
On this day in 1943, George VI visited #HMSBelfast – here he is inspecting the ship’s company. Follow in his footsteps and take a tour of HMS Belfast this summer. https://t.co/uyVIdsDo0b https://t.co/PP9hZpdZ3v
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2d Ago
Anthony Gross was among the first artists to be commissioned as a British official war artist in the Second World War. In 1944, Gross returned to Britain in time to witness the build-up to the momentous D-Day landings. Discover the works he produced: https://t.co/TzpzJZbckI https://t.co/O1wYSyNapJ
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@vincentgribbin Thanks for your message. Please get in touch with our Customer Services team via our Contact Form and they will be happy to help you: https://t.co/00EvjAcdYD
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@SusanPrince If you're still having problems with this, our Customer Services team will be happy to help you with your booking. Please get in touch via our Contact Form https://t.co/00EvjAcdYD or on 0207 416 5000. (2/2)
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@SusanPrince Thanks for getting in touch. Sorry to hear you've been experiencing problems with booking tickets. Can you let us know which browser you are using? (1/2)
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3d Ago
@dnllslyfld Thanks for your message. All our branches are open as normal.
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In this photograph, members of the Womens Auxiliary Air Force repair and pack parachutes for use by airborne troops during the Normandy invasion in 1944. Discover more rare colour photos from the Second World War: https://t.co/FQ3bYkpr8z © IWM (TR 1783) https://t.co/Wm9iRHoFTh
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3d Ago
IWM London’s 0207 416 5000 general enquiries number is now back online. Thanks for your patience.
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@sophie3mma Thanks for your message. Please get in touch via our Contact Us page and our Customer Services team will be able to help you: https://t.co/3JzdafV7e1
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We are experiencing technical issues with IWM London’s 0207 416 5000 general enquiries number and are working to resolve this as quickly as possible. Please use our Contact Us page if you would like to get in touch: https://t.co/XG7Kz8NsOS. All our branches are open as normal.
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3d Ago
@ukcavhead Thanks for your message. All our branches are open as normal.
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4d Ago
The Map Room at #ChurchillWarRooms includes a real Arctic Convoy map, complete with tens of thousands of tiny holes left behind by pins and markers, illustrating the routes taken by the convoys. Visit Churchill’s secret underground HQ and see it up close: https://t.co/AuOlHGgaOl https://t.co/Jj67xCyRPC
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4d Ago
Our #MakingANewWorld season opening #IWMLondon in September explores how the First World War has shaped the society we live in today. From the outbreak of war through to Armistice Day, discover photos of life on the home front during the First World War: https://t.co/TeWpv8YzVh https://t.co/QKZ2M9AZUZ
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Painted by Francis Dodd in 1940, An Aerial Battle shows the aftermath of a battle in the sky. Explore more amazing artwork from the Battle of Britain: © IWM (Art.IWM ART LD 485) https://t.co/samMq3WVBp https://t.co/B55NNNs2tl
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4d Ago
RT @jdk653: Moving and fascinating material on show in Lest We Forget @IWMNorth, on both official and individual commemoration of the First…
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