Object of the Month for July: Hungarian and Highland Broad Sword Manual

In this monthly blog series, our collections team will write about their Object of the Month, chosen from our collection. This month, Stuart Ivinson, librarian, tells us about one of our latest acquisitions, 'Hungarian and Highland Broad Sword', a gorgeously engraved fencing manual used by the great and the good of Georgian society. The Artist … Continue reading Object of the Month for July: Hungarian and Highland Broad Sword Manual

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Shooting for Accuracy: Historicity and Video Gaming

Following their recent appearance at the Historia Ludens conference on ‘History and Gaming’, held at The University of Huddersfield, Royal Armouries curators Jonathan Ferguson and Lisa Traynor reveal their experience of working with the team from video game developers - Rebellion - on the latest edition of their successful Second World War game series, Sniper Elite … Continue reading Shooting for Accuracy: Historicity and Video Gaming

Spies in the Tower: Carl Hans Lody

In the run up to our Spy Academy running throughout half term at Fort Nelson, Bridget Clifford recounts the stories of just some of the men held in the Tower of London on espionage charges during the First World War. NB: This post was originally published in November 2014 as part of our The Curator … Continue reading Spies in the Tower: Carl Hans Lody