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To support the service and archival records accessible at the Jane Cameron National Archives, we have collated a list of external resources and useful links that relate to, or support, Falkland Islands history and culture.

Dictionary of the Falkland Islands Biography                               The Dictionary of Falklands Biography describes people concerned with the history of the Falkland Islands and South Georgia.    



Falkland Islands Museum & National Trust


The F.I.M.N.T. strives to preserve and protect places, buildings and items of historic importance or interest. They work to educate and inform residents and visitors and actively encourage Islanders to enjoy their national heritage.




 Tel: (+500) 27428

Falkland Islands Journal


The Journal is an independent academic publication linked to the Museum and National Trust in the Falklands. It has been published annually since 1967 and covers all aspects of the history, natural history, culture, heritage geography and natural environment of the Falkland Islands and associated regions.


Falkland Maritime Heritage Trust


F.M.H.T. is a charity registered in the UK which is dedicated to preserving the rich and varied seafaring history of the Falklands and those who have been associated with them.



Friends of the Falkland Islands Museum and the Jane Cameron National Archives


FIMA Friends support the Museum and the National Archives in Stanley in any way. They seek historical artefacts that would have a natural home in the Falklands, and, where possible, acquire them using their own funds.



Jane & Alastair Cameron Memorial Trust


The Trust, established in memory of Jane Cameron (1950-2009) and Alastair Cameron (1951-1989), aims to support projects within the islands concerned with local history and with the preservation of sites, buildings and artefacts of historic interest; including the work of the Archives.



The National Archives (UK)



The TNA are the official archive and publisher for the UK Government, and for England and Wales. They also contain records relating to the Falkland Islands and other British territories.



~ Archive material relating to the Islands is also availbale at the following institutions ~

British Antarctic Survey Archives


The BAS Archives Service holds records created by BAS and its predecessors, Operation Tabarin and the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS), that relate to all activities, both scientific and administrative.


Imperial War Museum



IWM’s collection covers all aspects of conflict involving Britain, its former Empire and the Commonwealth, from the First World War to the present day.



The National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth


The NMRN holds the most comprehensive collection of Royal Navy heritage in the UK and the largest collection of historic ships in Europe.


The Natural History Museum Library & Archive


The Library and Archives has been developing its unparalleled collection of natural history literature, artwork and information resources since the Museum opened in 1881.

Royal Commonwealth Society


RCS Library collections are a treasure-trove of resources, pictorial and written, for those researching the Commonwealth and Britain's former colonial territories.

The UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) Archive


The UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) Archive in Taunton, Somerset, holds over 400 years of maritime history. It is one of the most comprehensive maritime collections of its type worldwide.