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Family History in the Wars: How Your Ancestors Served Their Country (National Archives) Paperback – 3 Dec 2007
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About the Author
William Spencer is specialist Military advisor at The National Archives. He is the author of a number of books including Army Service Records of the First World War, Army Records and Medals: The researcher's guide.
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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
I thought I was receiving a book about the US ...
on 1 May 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
I thought I was receiving a book about the US wars but this book is about the UK wars. I will donate it to my genealogical society.
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A superbly organized compendium of tips and techniques
on 4 February 2008 - Published on Amazon.com
Researched, compiled and organized by experienced and expert military information researcher William Spencer, "Family History In The Wars: How Your Ancestors Served Their Country" is a very specialized guide for genealogists and non-specialist general readers wanting to discover how their family members in previous generations served within any of the branches of the military. In addition to the general Army, Navy, and Air Force archival resources, this highly portable pocket-sized instructional reference also includes women's auxiliary and nursing units, merchant seamen, prisoner-of-war files, civil defense, casualty lists, medals and gallantry awards. A superbly organized compendium of tips and techniques, "Family History In The Wars" is confidently recommended for inclusion into personal, professional, and academic library Genealogical Studies and Military Studies reference collections.