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Forces War Records and our sister site Forces Reunited are supporting the company with a donation that will give under privileged children the chance to attend the show and see for themselves what life would have been like during WW1.
Up until 1911 the British Military did not have any pilot training facilities, and as a result most of the early pilots were trained by members of the Royal Aero Club. By the end of the Great War, 1914 – 18, more than 6,300 military pilots had taken the Certificate.
Richard Bartlett, who retired from his role as Data Manager here at Forces War Records just a few months ago, recently came back to tell us what life was like as a young soldier joining the forces in the 1960s.
Would your workplace or organisation be on the list of the Reich’s most wanted?
THE INSPIRATION FOR JAMES BOND HAS BEEN FOUND WITHIN THE NEW FORCES WAR RECORDS COLLECTION OF THE REICH’S ‘MOST WANTED’
The inspiration for James Bond has been found within the new, free and exclusive Forces War Records collection of the Reich’s ‘Most Wanted’
‘BRITAIN’S SCHINDLER’, WHO SAVED 10,000 JEWS FROM THE HOLOCAUST, IS NAMED IN THE FORCES WAR RECORDS DATABASE CONTAINING THE ‘MOST WANTED’ LIST FROM HITLER’S BLACK BOOK
‘Britain’s Schindler’, who saved 10,000 Jews from the Holocaust, is named in the brand new, free and exclusive to Forces War Records database containing the full ‘Most Wanted’ list from Hitler’s Black Book.
Brand new, free and exclusive to Forces War Records, a database containing the full list from Hitler’s Black Book of ‘enemies of the state, traitors and undesirables, marked for punishment or death’.
Professional military genealogy specialist Forces War Records will be releasing a new, exclusive and free-to-view collection that our team has transcribed on Tuesday 15th September, Battle of Britain Day. Please keep following our site and social media platforms for further information.
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