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Official archive of the UK government. Discover our online collections, research guides and educational resources spanning 1,000 years of history
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National Archives UK 6h
Discover the world of Victorian crime, viewed through the eyes of a child.
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National Archives UK 10h
Delighted that our new Minister, Lord Ashton of Hyde, was able to visit us at Kew today and enjoy some of the treasures from our collection with our Chief Executive and Keeper .
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richmondchamber 19h
lit-up at night yesterday - - founded 1838 and located in Kew from 1977
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Elena Woodacre 14h
Heading to today for a spot of queenly research and to hear the wonderful speak about her new book ‘Elizabeth’s Rival’
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National Archives UK 12h
You're welcome Else! So pleased you enjoyed it
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National Archives UK 13h
Read this gripping tale of medieval conquest, treachery, covert operations and double agents:
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National Archives UK 13h
Visit a re-created Suffragette HQ. Choose your mission. Confront the difficult decisions made for the cause. Journey back to 1912 with this immersive experience in partnership with inspired by our records
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National Archives UK 15h
Book your tickets early for to avoid disappointment. 18 May will be a night of suffrage celebration, entertainment and… jiu jitsu?
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National Archives UK Feb 21
Current and past Keepers cut the cake
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National Archives UK Feb 21
Looking back over 40 years and looking forward to the future. says “our collection is the nation’s treasure trove.....we want to put at the heart of the nation’s collective memory”
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National Archives UK Feb 21
Did you know that 'Verdun' became a popular during ? Check out the research we did via the link...
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National Archives UK Feb 21
Book now to hear talk about her new book, Elizabeth's Rival, the first ever biography of the extraordinary Lettice Knollys, Countess of Leicester.
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Nicola Tallis Feb 21
This is tomorrow! Come along & hear more about the life of Lettice Knollys in the very place in which I spent many months researching her story
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National Archives UK Feb 21
Prof Richard Overy will deliver a keynote on 'The Birth of the ' at our academic conference on 2 March 2018 - in partnership with , , and . Check out the full programme here...
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RAF Museum Feb 21
RT : To mark the centenary of the , join , , , and in exploring the origins and formation of the Royal Air Force at our academic conference on 2 March 2018
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National Archives UK Feb 21
You may be surprised to discover that 'Verdun' (after the battle - which started 1916) became a popular during . Check out the research we did via the link...
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National Archives UK Feb 21
Excitement about royal weddings is hardly a new phenomenon. Read about the drama, grandeur and extravagance of the wedding of Margaret, daughter of Henry III of England, to Alexander III, King of Scots, in 1251.
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National Archives UK Feb 21
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National Archives UK Feb 21
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We love it too! Have you had the opportunity to check out our portal yet?
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King's Estates Feb 21
Parts of our estate have a long and interesting history. Here's a picture of staff from the Public Record Office (now ) playing cricket during the Blitz outside their office on Chancery Lane. You may recognise it - it's now the Maughan Library.
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