Forgotten Fighters WWI gallery opens in Greenwich

Date Posted: 22/05/2014

Opening on the 2nd August, Forgotten Fighters: the First World War at Sea exhibition and gallery is part of at the National Maritime Museum's commemoration of the World War One centenary.

The new gallery is set to explore the naval and maritime dimensions of the Great War.

About the gallery

Forgotten Fighters tells the personal stories of those who participated through a wide range of objects including weaponry, photographs, medals and ship models.

The gallery will take group visitors from the heroism of merchant mariners to the shattering realities of naval battle, and from the Falkland Islands and the Mediterranean to the Atlantic and the North Sea.

School trip organisers visiting the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich are required to pre-book.

School group packages are available for the Even Keel Café under the Cutty Sark, located next to the museum.

For further school trip information visit www.rmg.co.uk.

Image credit: © National Maritime Museum, London.

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