A moving collection of letters written by a young tank gunner in World War Two that follows his training and deployment through to his death has been given to The Tank Museum.
A sculpture of top Nazi Hermann Goring’s head with two bullet holes in it is attracting attention at Dorset’s Tank Museum after featuring in a book.
The Tank Museum in Dorset is appealing for anyone who knows the whereabouts of a WWI ‘tank handbag’ to get in touch.
A new family event celebrating Dorchester’s Neolithic, bronze and Iron Age landscape is being launched this month, with Blanchards Bailey a headline sponsor.
The ‘lost’ blueprint for the world’s first tank has been secured for the nation by the Tank Museum in Dorset.
An eclectic collection of Winston Churchill memorabilia acquired by the great man’s personal nurse in the 1950s is to go under the hammer at auction.
The pennant flown from General Bernard Montgomery’s tank in north Africa has emerged after almost 80 years – and is to go on display at the Tank Museum in Dorset.
More and more antique dealers and auction houses are coming to Deep South Media in order to publicise their businesses, sales and items.
Lord Nelson’s fighting sword is being offered for sale at the up-coming and historic Chelsea Antiques Fair – and is expected to draw crowds. Furthermore, new research has discovered an astonishing claim that the blade once belonged to Bonnie Prince Charlie. The historic weapon, with a price tag of £50,000, is being sold by leading maritime antique dealer Charles Wallrock … Read More
A crowdfunding effort has been launched to try and buy the medicine cabinet that belonged to Lord Nelson’s surgeon Sir William Beatty. The wooden apothecary case caused quite a splash when it emerged for sale on the antique marketplace 2Covet.
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