Jubilee: 60 Years of the Sovereign and Her Soldiers at National Army Museum

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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II joins Queen Victoria as only the second British monarch to celebrate a Diamond Jubilee. Celebrating 60 years of The Queen's reign, this display explores different aspects of the relationship between The Sovereign and her Army. It shows The Queen not only in her ceremonial role, but also on active service. Visitors can discover the historic link between the Monarchy and the Armed Services and how these traditions continue today. This display draws on the Museum's collections of archive images and artefacts, including The Queen's ATS uniform.

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