Nigel Steel

Historian and Curator | Imperial War Museum
United Kingdom

Nigel Steel is a historian, author and curator who has worked at Imperial War Museums since 1988, with a two year secondment to the Australian War Museum in 2006. He has studied both world wars, as well as Korea, and co-authored a number of books, including Passchendaele: The Sacrificial Ground (2000) and Jutland, 1916 (2003), and acted as a consultant for John Hughes Wilson’s The History of the First World War in 100 Objects (2014). Currently he is head of narrative and content for Imperial War Museums’ preserved Second World War cruiser, HMS Belfast, and its historic Churchill War Rooms site. Nigel has also appeared in many TV documentaries and, for the First World War Centenary, worked with several of the museum’s media partners, including both the BBC and ITV, as well as the Sunday Telegraph.

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