We're part of the Cambridge Digital Library. Records from our archives relating to Salvationists who were interned in the Changi and Sime Road camps in Singapore during the Second World War have been made available digitally on Voices of Civilian Internment.
You will find some historical posters from our archives on the Chinese Christian Posters website. These posters were used by The Salvation Army in its evangelical work in China between 1916 and 1952.
We're part of MINIM-UK, a new UK-wide virtual museum of musical instruments created by The Royal College of Music launched on 30 October 2017. You can browse instruments from our collection on the MINIM-UK website.
You can find some of the sculptures in our museum on Art UK, a website showcasing artworks in public buildings and spaces across the UK.
Access digitised material from our archive collection and library
Telling the story of The Salvation Army from its origins in the 1860s to today.
Visit the birthplace of our founder, William Booth, and learn more about his life.
Explore our online resources, including our digitised collections and subject guides.