The Army’s museum in Chelsea will feature an exhibition looking at the use of improvised explosive devices (IED) in modern warfare.
June 19, 2013, 1:04 pm — /EPR NETWORK/ — In July, London’s National Army Museum launches a challenging new exhibition that looks at a subject very relevant to modern soldiering. Unseen Enemy tells the story of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in recent conflicts, focusing on the British Army’s experience in Afghanistan. It takes place at the Army’s dedicated museum space in Chelsea, a short walk from Victoria station. Visitors to London looking for a hotel to stay in should look no further than LondonTown.com, which features booking details for a huge number of London hotels near Victoria.