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The National Army Museum was created to be the foremost authority on the British Army. A visit to the Museum will be interesting for student groups across several ages.

The British Army played a decisive role in the creation of the nation state of Great Britain, as we recognise it today. Our Army is not called the Royal Army (unlike the Royal Navy and Royal Air Force) because, after a historic struggle between Parliament and monarchy, the British Army has always been answerable to Parliament and the British people. The actions of the British Army have affected the culture, traditions, government and laws of the society you live in, and, on a global scale, are continuing to do so today.

Wherever you are from, the actions of the British Army - and the many nations who have fought within it - have helped to shape the world we live in today.

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