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Royal Naval Museum
The Twentieth Century Navy
Although the oldest of the Museums' exhibitions, this still has some excellent displays and offers some fascinating insights into life in the Royal Navy in the troubled C20th.
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- The Audio-visual Theatre - which shows films about aspects of the Second World war at Sea, made especially for the RN Museum.
- The Forgotten Fleet - a special exhibition on the Pacific Campaign in WW2 and the mens and women who were involved.
- Women at Sea - displays on the Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) and Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service (QARNNS).
- Combat at Sea - displays contrasting personal experience of combat at Jutland (1916) and the Falklands campaign (1982)
- The Modern Navy - an up-to-the minute exhibition on the ships and operations of todays's fleet, including splendid ship models and vivid film shot at sea.