A fantastic exhibition of Masonry during war years



This exhibition spans a period from the Second Boer War through to the Second World War. It features those who were active in the First World War and who were in many cases also active in either the former and the latter conflict.

You can view the exhibition in the Processional Corridor, the Past Grand Officers Robing Room and the corridor leading to the Library and Museum. The catalogue takes you through all the pictures and captions in the show and inserted at the back is the list of all the Freemasons featurered in the potographs.

You may wish to take the opportunity to invite of inform members of your Province or Lodge and their families to visit the exhibition. You will appreciate that the areas housing the exhibition are also used on occasions for Masonic or external events, so you will need to book a time when visits can be made – contact Keith Gilbert kgilbert.bia@ugle.org.uk.

This extraordinary exhibition of rare photographs spanning the periods of the Boer War and the two Great Wars is now running through to the New Year at Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street.

There is no charge and a stunning free catalogue will be available to all those attending.

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