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Public Record Office

Public Record Office

Group  From 1838 

Known as ‘The Strong Box of the Empire’, the Public Record Office was created as a repository for parliamentary records after the 1834 fire which destroyed much of the Palace of Westminster, where records had previously been kept. See the PRO site for more information.

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PRO WW1 memorial

We don't normally collect memorials inside buildings but this one is rather t...

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