The Royal Engineers Museum

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The Royal Engineers Museum, Library & Archive presents the history of military engineering in Britain from the Roman period, through the Napoleonic era, the construction of the British Empire and the conflicts of the 20th and 21st Centuries. Displays include: 25 Victoria Crosses, the regalia of 4 Field Marshals, the Duke of Wellington’s map of Waterloo, the personal effects of Major General Charles “Chinese” Gordon, early gas masks, a piece of WWII heavy water machinery and prototype tanks currently being used by The Corps of Royal Engineers around the world. It is the largest military museum in Kent and Kent’s ONLY museum with a “Designated” collection of international historic importance.

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