On November 5th, 2021, we commemorated the historic journey of HMS Pickle and the 216th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar. Our virtual gathering was recorded. Ticket holders and donors to the American Friends of the National Museum of the Royal Navy are welcome to view this recording any time.
Mini-documentary showing the history, recuse and restoration of LCT-7074, the last surviving WWII Landing Craft Tank conveyance.
By Rear Admiral Joseph F. Callo, U.S. Navy (Retired), Co-founding Member, AFNMRN Why Nelson? A.T. Mahan, godfather of all U.S. sea power advocates, described Admiral Horatio Nelson in his classic biography of the hero of Trafalgar: “Other men have died in the hour of victory, but for no other has victory so singular and so […]
The National Museum of the Royal Navy reveals the story of Commandos from their origins in Britain’s darkest days of 1940 to the Future Commando Force.
NMRN cares for vessels that form part of the nation’s historic ship register. These vessels are vital to our understanding of the Royal Navy and its epic history, from sailing ships to submarines.
We marked the 215th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar with a special online gathering during the Coronavirus lockdown period. The special video event was attended by members of the American Friends of NMRN, as well as friends from around the world. We were greeted by Prof. Dominic Tweddle, Director General of the National Museum […]