Forces War Records joined the Lytham St Anne’s Spitfire Display Team to celebrate the 10th Anniversary at the NEC in Birmingham for the world's largest family history show 'Who Do You Think You Are Live' 2016.
The Lytham St Anne’s Spitfire Display team of volunteers portray life in the RAF for both Aircrew and Groundcrew during those desperate days of World War Two. Their enthusiasts have lovingly restored of full size replica Spitfire Mark IX, and use her to help educate people on the realities of fighting in the RAF during WW2
The Army Medical Services Museum tells the story of army medicine and healthcare, human and animal, from the English Civil War to the current day as AMS personnel continue to serve across the globe as part of the British Army. We are working with the AMS Museum to transcribe records held in their archives and support their fantastic work.
The Berkshire Record Office is the archives of the Royal County of Berkshire. They look after nearly nine hundred years of the County's history. The BRO have supplied us with records held in their archives to transcribe and add to our growing collection.
The Bigbury Mint team are all dedicated experts in their fields and strive to make the best medals and provide honest, reliable service to all customers. We work with Bigbury Mint to provide the best quality replica medals on the market to our customers.
The Castle and Regimental Museum at Monmouth, has a detailsed history of the Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia). We are working with the musuem to transcribe records from their archives.
Wiltshire and Swindon has a rich and diverse heritage. The History Centre brings together the archaeology, archive, buildings record, conservation, and museum advisory services together with the county local studies library to create a centre whose sum is much more than that of its parts. We are working with the WSHC to transcribe records from their archives.
Home Front History
Home Front History is an established not for profit entity organised and managed by volunteers who take time out of their professional careers. Officially accredited for educational outreach programmes, living history portrayals and support for Veterans and the Armed Services, Home Front History presents at public and private events as well as offering archive services, research services and historical advice to the Media and TV. We have been honoured to provide one or more services to many organisations including the College of Policing, Royal County of Berkshire Show, American Museum in Britain and British Army Headquarters as well as to charity events and to local initiatives. We continue to serve organisations large and small. Our ethos is Remembrance and Respect not just for the wartime generation but also for serving personal past and present. Our purpose is to Inform, Educate and Engage
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Surrey History Trust is an independent charity that supports the work of Surrey Heritage in caring for the collections in Surrey History Centre and preserving and promoting the county's history. Forces War Records are working with the Trust to transcribe records held in their archives and support their fantastic work.
The National Library of Scotland is a reference library with world-class collections. It is also Scotland's largest library and one of the major research libraries in Europe.
Their collections range from rare historical documents to online journals, covering every subject. They specialise in Scotland's knowledge, history and culture.
Forces War Records is very proud to be working with the National Library of Scotland to transcribe their original collection of the ‘Weekly Casualty List by His Majesty’s Stationery Office’. These records are of enormous value to researchers, for in many cases the information that a man appeared in a list will not be available elsewhere.