About Imperial War Museum
The Imperial War Museum is dedicated to exploring worldwide conflicts throughout history. The exhibitions in the London Imperial War Museum cover, amongst other things, different aspects of the First and Second World Wars including military history, the Holocaust, women’s roles in the conflicts, wartime artwork and the political issues of the time.
The Imperial War Museum is particularly child-friendly, with temporary exhibitions such as a reconstruction of a World War I trench.
Bletchley Park was Station X, the central location of British code cracking operations during World War II.
Duxford Imperial War Museum in Cambridge explores military history on land, by air and by sea.
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