His family wanted his role in the handto-hand fighting recognised but had no solid proof until they saw him in a drawing by Victorian artist Lady Elizabeth Butler on the National Army Museum website.
What does NAM stand for?
NAM stands for National Army Museum (United Kingdom)
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- Nashville Association of Musicians
- National Account Manager
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- National Agency for Medicines (Finland)
- National Agronomy Manual
- National AIDS Manual (UK)
- National Air Museum
- National American Miss (pageant)
- National Annual Meeting (various organizations)
- National Apostolate of Maronites
- National Assembly Member (various nations)
- National Association of Manufacturers
- National Atomic Museum (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
- National Automobile Museum
- Naval Aircraft Modification (US Navy)
- Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal
- Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij
- Net Availability Margin
- Network Access Machine
- Network Access Method
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According to the National Army Museum "the campaign was one of the few successful counter-insurgency operations undertaken by the Western powers.
London, Apr 15 ( ANI ): George Washington has been named as the greatest foe ever faced by the British, according to a contest run by the National Army Museum to identify the country's most outstanding military opponent.
Sources: National Army Museum and RAF CAPTION(S): * Members of the 2008 expedition pay their respects to fallen comrades, including RAF Signaller Thomas O'Toole, inset, who died in a plane crash in Malaysia
He lectures at Sunderland University, the Imperial War Museum and the National Army Museum.
Dinah says children also enjoy Sir John Soane's Museum in Lincoln's Inn Fields, given to the nation because Sir John couldn't bear his 'imbecile son', and the skeleton of Napoleon's horse, Marengo, at The National Army Museum near Sloane Square.