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We are the award-winning IWM North, part of Imperial War Museums. We share powerful personal stories of conflict from the First World War to the present-day.
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IWM North Apr 17
News on the Syria conflict is everywhere, but how much do you really know? Test your knowledge of Syria and the conflict that has engulfed it:
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Laura Reeves Apr 15
If you live remotely near Salford you absolutely have to go and see the Syria exhibition at - just incredible. Thought provoking, respectful and tells us everything the news refuses to.
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Rumeana Jahangir Apr 15
Definitely recommend the Syria exhibition - exhibits and pictures really bring home the impact of the conflict
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IWM North Apr 16
Teachers! Find out more about new session Ministry of Memory: remembrance from the First World War to today, created with theatre-makers :
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IWM North Apr 13
The countdown is on! There are just two weeks to go until entries close for . Submit your short film in response to past or contemporary conflict and you could be in with a chance to win prizes and see your film screened at
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IWM North Apr 13
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Lest We Forget? is part of our season of exhibitions, events and experiences across and in 2018, which will explore how the First World War has shaped the society we live in today.
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IWM North Apr 13
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Lest We Forget? will feature over 180 objects, artworks, film clips, sound pieces and documents, together exploring the causes and controversies of symbols of remembrance from challenging new perspectives.
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IWM North Apr 13
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Ten works from this memorial will be united for the Lest We Forget? exhibition, including paintings by Paul Nash, Stanley Spencer, and John Singer Sargent, whose work Gassed will return from its two-year international tour for the show.
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IWM North Apr 13
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Free exhibition Lest We Forget? will feature paintings commissioned by the British government in 1918 from prominent war artists. These works were intended for a First World War memorial – the Hall of Remembrance – which was never built.
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IWM North Apr 13
The enormous human cost of the First World War is one of its defining legacies. Opening at in July 2018, the major exhibition Lest We Forget? will explore how that cost in lives has influenced how we see the ‘Great War’.
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Jenny Kidd Apr 9
Going to I Swear To Tell The Truth at today. Really intrigued and looking forward to the journey.
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IWM North Apr 11
Peter served in the Navy and he’ll be at IWM North this Thursday with his wife Anne, giving visitors the chance to have a go at Morse code. Find out more
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IWM North Apr 10
Visit IWM North this Thursday to meet veterans like Paul, who served in the Army. Hear him and other eyewitnesses to conflict tell their stories.
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Mike Jamieson Apr 8
Made trip to Imperial War Museum North today, remains as poignant and thought provoking as ever. Architecture, displays & projections really capture impact of conflicts on society
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IWM North Apr 7
Do you have an interest in the First World War? Are you a filmmaker? Submit a film to ’s Special Category: Making a New World, encouraging creative responses exploring how the First World War has shaped the society we live in today
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IWM North Apr 3
Filmmakers! You have until 27 April to enter with your short film reflecting on past or contemporary conflict. Visit our website for more information:
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IWM North Apr 1
The tradition of painting eggs was kept alive in wartime – here is a corporal of the 1st Polish Armoured Division painting his in April 1943. © IWM (HU 128176)
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IWM North Apr 1
! All of our branches are open as normal over , so you can take advantage of the long weekend!
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IWM North Mar 30
This Easter holiday, visit IWM North for a range of free family activities. Highlights include special opportunities to meet veterans, and seeing the Main Exhibition Space transform hourly into the 360° cinematic Big Picture Show. Plan your visit at:
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IWM North Mar 30
Calling all filmmakers - today is your last chance to benefit from our Early Bird prices for entries to . Don’t miss out - submit your film by midnight: Image: © IWM (CH 16734)
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