Good effort but thought it might have been better. Most historical institutions seem to be under government pressure to mark centenary of the first world war and Plymouth museum has done that. Despite the sequence up on the strewn and the Chris Robinson's video on Plymouth war memorials I found this exhibition a bit dry and uninspiring. Quite a lot of detail about the unification of the three towns and ancillary matters. My day was uplifted though by the new exhibition in the adjacent gallery rooms 'Modern Masters in Print' featuring Matisse, Picasso, Dali and Warhol for the summer until late August. Well worth a look and all free!
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