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Family memories - voices from the past

22nd December 2014

In her latest blog, Claire Madge listens to the voices of the past talking loud and clear in our First World War in the Air exhibition.
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An interview with Captain Eric "Winkle" Brown

18th December 2014

Curator Nick Sturgess writes about the recent interview he had with Capt Eric "Winkle" Brown for the Museum's oral history project.
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Christmas Cards from the Archives

9th December 2014

A look at some of the more interesting Christmas cards held in the Museum's Archives collection.
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Blowing Glass Poppies - Part 2

5th December 2014

In October I introduced a learning project at Cosford working with the National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies...
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So do you want to be Blogger in Residence ?

2nd December 2014

In her first blog as, Blogger in Residence for the Museum, Claire Madge ponders the challenge of writing about the First World War...
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Letters from Aden

27th November 2014

This collection of letters written by LAC William Stephen Wheeler to his pen pal Phillipa Nelson tells of his experiences as a National...
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Concealment, Illusion and Manifestation

20th November 2014

Julian Hale examines the different camouflage paint schemes used on aircraft by the RFC and the RAF in the First World War.
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Flying Boats over the North Sea

10th November 2014

During 1917 and 1918 RNAS and RAF flying boats played a vital part in the defence of British coastal waters.
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A salver with a story

6th November 2014

In his latest blog Andy Simpson recounts the history of a silver salver recently bequeathed to the Museum.
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Volunteers with the Archive and Library

27th October 2014

Volunteers with the Archive and Library
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Project Hercules

23rd October 2014

Recording the history of the Hercules in RAF service, through the words of the people who flew and maintained it
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Blowing Glass Poppies

15th October 2014

Earlier this year the National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies (NADFAS) approached us to discuss the possibility...
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RAF Museum supports PhD Research

13th October 2014

Ross Mahoney, the Royal Air Force Museum's resident Aviation Historian, writes about a key aspect of the museum's research programme.
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Anzani engine comes home

8th October 2014

A 100 year old engine that was used in an aeroplane built less than 15 miles from Cosford goes back on display
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A Week in the Life of an Aviation Historian

6th October 2014

Ross Mahoney, the Royal Air Force Museum's resident Aviation Historian, writes about his role here at the museum.
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