Tracing Your Army Ancestors: A Guide for Family Historians (Tracing Your Ancestors) Paperback – 1 Feb 2013
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'This well-known author has produced yet another excellent guide for researching ancestors who have served in the Army. The book is an ideal text for reference when investigating army personnel.' Military Archive Research.com 'A splendid publication with a great deal of valuable information.' Michael Brooker, Guild of Battlefield Guides Also from the pen of Simon Fowler comes this fully updated second edition of his best selling guide for those researching British Army ancestors from 1760 to the 1960's. The latest online information and resources appear, along with explanations about the records and reasons for their creation, which can greatly help you place your soldiers' careers in context. Family Tree
About the Author
SIMON FOWLER is a leading authority on family history and a prolific writer on the subject. He is now a freelance author and researcher, but most of his career was spent at The National Archives, where he once edited their family history magazine Ancestors. He has long been interested in the lives of ordinary soldiers and officers. His many books for Pen & Sword include Tracing Your First World War Ancestors, Military History on the Internet, Tracing Your Ancestors and Tracing Your Naval Ancestors.
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Grandfather's army service as he fought in The Boer War.
Also 2 of my Great Uncles who were killed in the 1st world
war and my father who fought in The 2nd world war and was
wounded at Dunkirk. Certainly a good book to have ,glad I
decided to purchase it.