The Location of British Army Records, 1914-1918 (Basic Facts About--)
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Published by Federation of Family History Societies .
Written in English


  • Family history,
  • Genealogy,
  • Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church,
  • England,
  • Reference

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Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8624972M
ISBN 101860060846
ISBN 109781860060847

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Get this from a library! The location of British Army records, [Norman H Holding; I S Swinnerton; Federation of Family History Societies.]. British Army, Soldiers’ Address These names and addresses of soldiers were written into an address book of a local Folkestone woman as the men passed through the town on their way to France during the First World War. Some of them would not return. The location of British army records: , by Norman Holding ; revised and updated by Iain Swinnerton. (pbk), Toronto Public Library. British Army WW1 Service Records, (Soldiers) There were about million soldiers (Other Ranks and Non-Commissioned Officers) who served with the British Army in the First World War. Each soldiers’ record of service was stored by the War Office after the First World War was over.

About British Army WWI Service Records, Approximately 5 million men served in the British Army in World War One (WWI). This database contains the surviving service records of non-commissioned officers and other ranks who served in WWI and did not re-enlist in the Army . British Silver War Badge Recipients, - The National Roll of the Great War, - Ireland's Memorial Records, - British Soldiers Died in the Great War, - British Royal Navy and Royal Marine Casualties, - .   During World War II a bombing raid on London damaged 60% of the service records for British soldiers that served in WWI. Volunteer as an indexer and help make what remains of this valuable collection available for free at Get military service records for the army, Royal Navy, Royal Marines or RAF from - who can apply, how long it takes, cost, how to apply.

It records the names of officers and men of Leith who died in the Great War with details useful to the family historian: Edinburgh Edinburgh's War is a virtual history archive and a joint venture between Edinburgh City Libraries and the University of Edinburgh. All matters relating to the war will feature on this site. When searching all military records from this page, you can narrow your search by entering a median year for the conflict in the field for Military Service, and select +/- 1, 2, 5, or 10 years to expand the range. For example, if you’re looking for a Civil War veteran, try the year and select a range of +/- 2 years to search British Army Officers, World War I (see Research guides - British Army Officers - - for a detailed guide to finding the records) Women's (later Queen Mary's) Army Auxiliary Corps service records – - (WO ). Website: alarchives British Army Nurses' Service Records Australian WW1 Military Service Records Service Records of men and women who served in the Australian Imperial Force (AIF) during the First World War are archived in the Australian National Archives.