First World War

28 March 2019

Jonathan Scott explains how you can find where relatives who died in the First World War are commemorated

25 February 2019

Bourne Hall Museum is looking for people whose ancestors were involved in a 1919 riot by Canadian soldiers which killed a police officer

04 October 2018

Ancestry has released the first stage of the Western Front Association pensions records, featuring naval records

24 August 2018

The Royal Scots Regimental Trust has published the names of all 11,313 men who died in the war in a searchable online database

10 August 2018

Libraries and Archives Canada has completed its digitisation of army personnel files ahead of the Armistice centenary

26 July 2018

The village of Hardingstone will be honouring its local heroes listed on the war memorial at a weekend event on the 15-16 September.

28 June 2018

The University of Nottingham has announced plans for a new project exploring the stories of psychological trauma experienced by soldiers during WW1

21 June 2018

A large number of entries from the War Office's daily and weekly casualty lists can be now be viewed on Forces War Records

09 June 2018

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission Casualty Archive contains the details of 1.7 million men and women who died during the First and Second World Wars

23 May 2018

The Ministry of Defence used DNA samples from family members to identify Able Seaman James Cameron Robertson

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