The National Army Museum

The main collection includes a few pieces of interest, a shamsher presented by Maharaja Ranjit Singh to General Hodson and a few medals. The reading rooms however contain the real treasure.

The National Army Museum is a charity and specialises in the pre WW1 period, consequently it preserves material related to the Sikh Wars and the ongoing relationship between the Sikhs in the British Army up to the Fist World War. The reading rooms, contain numerous accounts, letters, maps, and documents relating to the Anglo Sikh Wars.Reading room tickets must be acquired in advance.

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