The Victory Museum

By Geoffrey Callender, published November 1925


Callender reports on the progress thus far in achieving the Society’s objective of building a dedicated museum in Portsmouth Dockyard to house the Nelsonian relics that had accumulated since the preservation of HMS Victory. He also confirmed that the Board of Admiralty was fully supportive of the proposal and highlighted the items that would be committed to the new museum once it had been commissioned.

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Filed under: Napoleonic War | Nelson | Other (location)
Subjects include: Historic Vessels, Museums & Restoration

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