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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 11h
We're presenting workshop (amended Directive) at Annual Conference, London, 16 May. Find out more & book:
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National Archives UK 11h
Students/teachers! Check out our resources on Shakespeare
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National Archives UK 13h
's will is one of our greatest treasures: It contains 3 of the 6 surviving examples of his signature
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National Archives UK 14h
Please send us the link so that we can look into this for you, thanks.
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National Archives UK 14h
Share your discoveries with us! Here's a rare pen & ink drawing of St George from
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National Archives UK 15h
Love Shakespeare? Read on records of the Bard's life held
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National Archives UK 15h
Happy St George's Day! See how St George has been portrayed over the centuries - from seals to modern currency
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National Archives UK 1d
Which building - the tallest in London in the 1960s - symbolised technological revolution and optimism?
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National Archives UK 17 Apr
You should hear back within ten days.
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National Archives UK 17 Apr
You can, although it might be easier for you to use our web form (more space!)
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National Archives UK 17 Apr
We'll email shortly.
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National Archives UK 17 Apr
We think time well spent!
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National Archives UK 17 Apr
How microfading helps us find the balance between preserving our collections and providing access to them
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National Archives UK 17 Apr
Next Thursday join as she looks at how London's identity was shaped during the 17th & 18th Centuries
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National Archives UK 17 Apr
Please remember we are closed to the public from Fri 17 April until Mon 21 April inclusive. We re-open on Tue 22 April at 09:00
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National Archives UK 17 Apr
'To display or not to display – that is the question…'
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National Archives UK 16 Apr
Over 1,000 files from 1982 to be released on 1 May, 2014
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National Archives UK 16 Apr
Putting the fun into functionality: making our pages more visual and accessible for students and teachers
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National Archives UK 15 Apr
Go behind the scenes of the redesign of our management web pages - and let us know what you think!
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National Archives UK 14 Apr
Examining the status of immigrants and the concept of nationality in Britain over the past 500 years
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