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Natasha Swainston – National Army Museum

18/12/2020

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Natasha Swainston, Museum Archivist for the National Army Museum, talks about managing the military collection dating back to the Civil War. With an active Collections Policy including current analog and 'born digital' material, Natasha divides her time between caring for the collection, interacting with users, and promoting the wealth of material on offer.

The National Army Museum prides itself on telling the stories of people caught up in war, and in doing so often collaborates with other institutions such as the National Archives, and on film and television projects.

Links

Website: www.nam.ac.uk

Collections: www.nam.ac.uk/collections/templer-study-centre

Events: www.crowdcast.io/nationalarmymuseum

Inventory: collection.nam.ac.uk/inventory/objects/

Twitter: twitter.com/NAM_London

Facebook: facebook.com/NationalArmyMuseum/

Instagram: www.instagram.com/nam_london

Natasha Swainston – National Army Museum

Natasha Swainston, Museum Archivist for the National Army Museum, talks about managing the military collection dating back to the Civil War. With an active Collections Policy including current analog and 'born digital' material, Natasha divides her time between caring for the collection, interacting with users, and promoting the wealth of material on offer.

The National Army Museum prides itself on telling the stories of people caught up in war, and in doing so often collaborates with other institutions such as the National Archives, and on film and television projects.

Links

Website: www.nam.ac.uk

Collections: www.nam.ac.uk/collections/templer-study-centre

Events: www.crowdcast.io/nationalarmymuseum

Inventory: collection.nam.ac.uk/inventory/objects/

Twitter: twitter.com/NAM_London

Facebook: facebook.com/NationalArmyMuseum/

Instagram: www.instagram.com/nam_london

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