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Established in 1921 to encourage the study of the history and traditions of the British Army, we are one Britain’s oldest military history societies.
We aim to encourage the scholarly study of the land forces of the Commonwealth and the Empire including forces maintained by non-Crown bodies, such as the Honourable East India Company, or forces allied to and forming an integral part of the land forces operating on behalf of the Crown.
Our interests embrace the political, social and cultural aspects of army and regimental history, as well as the study of individual campaigns and commanders. We are also interested in the study of military artefacts and pictures, uniforms, badges and medals, arms and equipment. Chronologically, our interests range from the late Middle Ages to the 1970s.