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From the Civil War and the British Empire to World Wars and more modern conflicts, the ceremonies, objects and stories of the soldiers who have served in the British Army span centuries of history. Discover these today in London at the National Army Museum, on Royal Hospital Road in Chelsea - and as it's the first Wednesday of the month the museum's open late, so explore the extensive collections until 8pm. (Nearest tube: Sloane Square)
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