In the Name of the Rose

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The In the Name of the Rose interactive display has now been installed in the Corps Museum. It is a fully searchable database of all the Corps' casualties since the Second World War displayed on a large screen. It has been professionally built (rather than hacked together using second-hand IT and MDF nicked from a building site) and uses a mass of material pulled together by one of our Regional secretaries. It is impressive.

The next new exhibit will be the BRIXMIS display inside to compliment the G-Wagen for all you Cold War Warriors (Due May 07) followed by an SOE display.

A display is also up for the Falklands War 25th Anniversary - but new material will be very welcome.

Opening times 1000-1400 hrs Mon-Thurs or by appointment. (Civvies by appointment only to gain access to the camp).

Call 01462 752342
 
#2
Next_to_the_Tank said:
The In the Name of the Rose interactive display has now been installed in the Corps Museum. It is a fully searchable database of all the Corps' casualties since the Second World War displayed on a large screen. It has been professionally built (rather than hacked together using second-hand IT and MDF nicked from a building site) and uses a mass of material pulled together by one of our Regional secretaries. It is impressive.

The next new exhibit will be the BRIXMIS display inside to compliment the G-Wagen for all you Cold War Warriors (Due May 07) followed by an SOE display.

A display is also up for the Falklands War 25th Anniversary - but new material will be very welcome.

Opening times 1000-1400 hrs Mon-Thurs or by appointment. (Civvies by appointment only to gain access to the camp).

Call 01462 752342
I can just imagine the SOXMIS impersonator walts (See the Rose and Laurel thread) rolling up at the front gate asking to see the the G-Wagen - you cannot help wonder if the museum staff get paid enough!
 
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Next_to_the_Tank said:
The In the Name of the Rose interactive display has now been installed in the Corps Museum. It is a fully searchable database of all the Corps' casualties since the Second World War displayed on a large screen. It has been professionally built (rather than hacked together using second-hand IT and MDF nicked from a building site) and uses a mass of material pulled together by one of our Regional secretaries. It is impressive.

The next new exhibit will be the BRIXMIS display inside to compliment the G-Wagen for all you Cold War Warriors (Due May 07) followed by an SOE display.

A display is also up for the Falklands War 25th Anniversary - but new material will be very welcome.



Opening times 1000-1400 hrs Mon-Thurs or by appointment. (Civvies by appointment only to gain access to the camp).

Call 01462 752342



When can we have an interactive database for current operations so that new casualties can be reduced !!!!
 

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