Women in Wartime Virtual Family Day

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7 November, 2021 @ 11.00 am - 12.00 pm

Explore stories of women during the Second World War in this special online event for families, delivered in collaboration with the National Army Museum.

In this session you will:

  • Discover more about serving abroad during the Second World War and explore the story of ATS Drivers in the desert with the National Army Museum.
  • Explore photographs of Jewish Land Girls and find out about the hard work they did during the Second World War with the Jewish Museum London.

This online workshop is part of the National Army Museum’s Remembrance events programme.

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Event format

This is a family event for children (aged 7+) and adults to attend together over Zoom. Please only book one ticket per family.

After booking, a member of the National Army Museum’s Learning Team will be in touch to confirm the names and ages of the children attending. This is for safeguarding purposes. On the day of the session, you will be sent a Zoom link allowing you to join 30 minutes before the start.

If you have any questions or queries, please contact a member of the National Army Museum Learning Team at [email protected]

About the National Army Museum

Established in 1960 by Royal Charter, the National Army Museum is the United Kingdom’s leading authority on the history and traditions of the British Army. It explores the impact that soldiers from Britain, Ireland and the Commonwealth have had throughout the world, from the 17th century to the present day.

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7 November, 2021
11.00 am - 12.00 pm
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