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LONDON'S IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM AND SNOW (January 2010)

winter sun in London allowed for a good photo of Britain's main war museum based in Lambeth Road south east London. A visiting couple make their way towards the exit of the snowscape surroundings of the important building.  The Imperial war museum began its life during the first 'great' war of 1914-1918 at the behest of the then war cabinet. The remit was to collect and display information, artefacts and personal accounts of the war. Nearly one hundred years later and a move from the original building to the current one in Lambeth Road the evolution of the buildings various displays and accounts of war has included World War II and also modern conflicts and the ultimate message to try to learn from history and do our utmost to avoid future war(s). Ain't 'appening is it as we appear to be programmed to exterminate each other on the orders of our governments and other influential players in the game of death

Imperial war museum London with couple walking hand in hand down snowy path

This image is one of thirty three London photos selected for the month of AUGUST 2015



 photo by michael crossley (Peckham - Paris - New York)