In this episode Clare has some great result in tracing her family roots as she unearths dramatic stories of secrets, tragedy, stupendous wealth and some remarkable stateside roots. READ MORE HERE:
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BAFTA-WINNING PROGRAMME ‘WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE’ IS TO RETURN TO BBC ONE SCREENS FOR ITS 14TH SERIES.
The beloved family history programme is back with another brilliant line-up of much-loved stars, uncovering hidden history by bringing their ancestors to life. The NEW series will return to BBC1 on Thursday 6 July at 9pm and air in two five-episode blocks. READ MORE HERE:
The Battle of the Somme was Britain's biggest and bloodiest battle and there is a high chance that a member of your family fought there. Helen Tovey, Editor of 'Family Tree Magazine' runs through 16 key sources that can help you trace them in WW1. READ MORE HERE:
Our support team get asked all kinds of different questions relating to ancestors’ service in the wars. One of the most significant recent questions has been how to find out the names and details of other crew members on aircraft that customers’ ancestors served with.
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MEET THE EXPERTS: FORCES WAR RECORDS WEB MANAGER NEIL WHITE TALKS ABOUT HIS GRANDFATHER, WHO SERVED IN BURMA IN WORLD WAR TWO.
Today we have a brand new video of our own Neil White, Forces War Records Web Manager, talking about his grandfather Major P H White who served in Burma in World War Two. If you have ever commented on or messaged our Forces War Records Facebook page, or followed our Twitter feed, his name may ring a bell!
BROADCASTER AND AUTHOR NEIL OLIVER EXPLAINS WHY IT’S IMPORTANT TO FIND OUT WHAT YOUR RELATIVES DID IN THE WAR.
Neil Oliver, archaeologist, historian and author of the ‘Two Men in A Trench’ books, has kindly agreed to write a guest blog for Forces War Records on the importance of learning about your ancestors' contributions to Britain's war history. Let's hope this will be the first of many blogs from Mr Oliver!
10 years and 100 programmes; we take a look at the amazing stories that have come to light in past series of 'Who Do You Think You Are', and what we can expect from the 11th series, coming to our screens this evening, BBC One at 9pm.
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