Saturday, 20 July 2013

Unseen Enemy

Today the National Army Museum, Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, opened Unseen Enemy, an unusual exhibition which looks at the victims of Improvised Explosive Devices. An Afghan alleyway has been set up and visitors are invited to spot signs that an IED has been laid somewhere along the alley. This isn't an exhibition which glorifies war, but shows how soldiers cope with loss of limbs. Admission is free. So this could be one for the school holidays (CLICK).


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