This major new exhibition focuses on key international conflicts as well as debating domestic issues relating to the modern military. The exhibition includes personal accounts from servicemen and women and civilians, alongside exclusive images and objects from the Museum’s collections. (2010)
Housed within a ‘black box’, the exhibition presents 10 conflicts, each within a separate enclosure, dressed with a famous headline or news clip of media coverage at the time. Entering each shows the thoughts, opinions and accounts of soldiers, and the changing world and landscape that soldiers have lived and fought in over the years. (2010)
Entrance corridor and main space.
Portion of the main space.
The 'Home' area lets the public know what the military men and women might go through when they return home. Some suffer from post-traumatic syndrome, some can not receive help and lose their families becoming homeless.
Glass panel graphics.
Conflicts of Interest - Afghanistan area.
Showcase, environmental and floor graphics.
Tags: British Army, Conflicts of Interest, exhibit, graphic interpretation, museum