London Transport Museum has secured funding to develop a new gallery that will explore the role of London’s transport during the First and Second World Wars.
One of the many maps of bomb damaged London has gone on show in the City of London's heritage gallery, alongside a declaration about the end of WW1.
A photograph of a London Underground tube map made in a WW2 prisoner of war camp has emerged from a collection taken by a British inmate in the prison camp.
A majestic lion lays bestride a war memorial in a post-war housing estate, a memory of those who worked nearby and died far away.
The ruined remains of a military church is on the verge of reopening part of the building following restoration work.
If you pass a rather nondescript block of flats in Richmond, you might be surprised to see a poppy wreath hanging on the wall.
What happens when an abandoned WW2 under Clapham is used to grow salads, and then gives over some of the space to modern art?
A series of WW2 tunnels under Clapham that were later used as a short term hotel for Windrush arrivals are being opened up for tours.
A stone plinth with the striking bust of a young lady staring impassively across the Thames towards Parliament, this is the memorial to those who died in secret operations during WW2.
Deep under a housing estate in North London lies one of WW2’s greatest secrets, the reserve Cabinet War Rooms that lay hidden and waiting, just in case the (now) more famous Westminster bunkers were destroyed.