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By the end of 1945 troops were back home in the UK. But a UK that looked very different from the one they’d left when at the outbreak of war.
After breaking his back former Royal Marine Ian Breeze thought his life was over. But two years on he is preparing to cycle from London to Paris.
Social distancing measures have made it difficult to fundraise using traditional methods, but we have some great ideas for fundraising virtually.
The Royal British Legion's 2019 Manifesto highlights five key priorities for the government to focus on to support Armed Forces community.
Our campaigning and policy work is based on research and evidence. Find out more about research RBL has conducted over the past decade.
Veteran Ben Poku has been a volunteer case worker at RBL for over 10 years. Read about his story here.
If you're a serving member of the UK Armed Forces, regular or reserve you can register as a Military Member of RBL for free.
During the Covid-19 pandemic QARANC veteran Lorraine volunteered to go back to her roots in District nursing.
The Legion can provide information, advice and direct support to members of the Armed Forces when dealing with issues including housing and separation.
People, families, communities, and nations all went through massive social changes as a result of WW2.
Second World War veteran Ken Judd, 97, is a resident at the Legion’s Galanos House care home which relies on donations from the Poppy Appeal to care for elderly veterans in their times of need.
"The process of bringing Poppy Supporter to market at the Royal British Legion was a mammoth challenge. I loved it!"
After an accident while cycling to work left a former Submariner badly brain damaged, The Royal British Legion and the Royal Navy teamed up to help him.
Approximately 1 in 10 of the UK population are members of the Armed Forces community, but we know little about what their needs might be.
The Centre for Blast Injury Studies at Imperial College London was established in 2011 to further the research into the difficulties surrounding blast injury.
A team of veterans are walking from Windsor castle to Edinburgh castle in just 10 days to raise money for the Armed Forces community.