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Welcome to the 2020/2021 Annual Review

Welcome to the 2020/2021 Annual Review. We are still living through unusual times but museums within the AMOT network have risen to the challenge and undertaken some extraordinary projects to remain engaged with their audiences and accessible to their communities.

This year’s Review is full of information on the various projects which have been undertaken over the past year, including the reinstallation of galleries, the involvement of interns, and the opening of a brand-new Corps museum – all done during a global pandemic!

As well as information from within the network, there are lots of updates and information from the wider sector including articles from the National Archives and information on the Digital Heritage Lab run by the Arts Marketing Association.

This year we have also included some more academic articles looking at the research being undertaken not only into Army museums themselves but also looking at the collections which they hold.

We hope you enjoy reading this year’s review, and if you would like to contribute any articles for future reviews, please feel free to contact us to discuss your ideas.

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