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Tracing Your First World War Ancestors: A Guide for Family Historians (Tracing Your Ancestors) Paperback – 21 Feb 2013
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As the centenary of the outbreak of World War I draws closer with new events announced every week, this is a timely release for anyone wanting to explore their WW1 forebears. This book is an accessible and expert introduction to get you started and to answer those questions that might crop up during your research. Your Family Tree
About the Author
Simon Fowler is a leading authority on military and family history and a prolific writer on these subjects. He is a former editor of the National Archives' family history magazine Ancestors. For over twenty years he was an archivist at the Public Record Office (now The National Archives). As well as publishing many articles in magazines and journals, he has written several well-known books on military and family history, including: Tracing Your Army Ancestors, A Guide to Military History on the Internet, Tracing Your Ancestors and Tracing Your Naval Ancestors. He is also a professional researcher and lecturer - find out more at www.history-man.co.uk.
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