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Researching family military history book. 'Ancestors in Arms

#1 Post by EndeavourPress » Thu 11 Jul, 2013 11:34 am

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The two great world wars of the twentieth century put millions of men - and women - in uniform.

They touched almost every family.

But how did they impact on yours?

'Ancestors In Arms: Tracing Your Family Military History' is the book that will show you exactly how to find out what your ancestors did in the war.

Their stories, sometimes tragic, often heroic, will be among the most fascinating you can uncover about your family's past.

There are a mass of archives that can enable you to piece together what role they played in World War One, World War Two, or in countless smaller wars.

Simon Fowler, one of the UK’s leading experts on researching your family history, shows you were to look. In ‘Ancestors in Arms: Tracing Your Family Military History’, he draws on years of experience to produce the most complete, easy-to-follow guide to tracking down your ancestors.

‘Ancestors in Arms’ includes sections on –

Research guidance
Records online
Visiting archive and museums
The Army
The Royal Navy
The Royal Marines
Britain's Air Forces
First World War
World War Two
Women in the Forces

As well as in-depth website lists, addresses, book lists and advice on other research methods.

Simon Fowler is one of Britain's top family history researchers and writers. Trained as an archivist he worked on and off for over thirty years at UK's National Archives as well as editing two family history magazines. He has written dozens of books and articles on all aspects of family and military history.



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