Over 1 million NEW WWI Casualty records transcribed

Forces War Records ‘WWI Casualty Records’ collection has now reached the milestone of over 1 million individuals records transcribed and available to search by name. The Casualty lists are an excellent resource to use when researching a soldier who fought in the Great War 1914-18, genuine ‘brick wall breakers’ for those wanting to find their ancestors.

Notes on WWI Casualty records:

The Casualty lists (First World War Reports - Missing, Wounded & Prisoner of War) are an excellent resource to use when researching a soldier who fought in the Great War 1914-18

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. Researchers should note that the appearance of a name on the list was some time after the man became a casualty – usually around a month or so.

The collection is compiled from the ‘Daily War Office Casualty Lists’ and the ‘War Office Weekly Casualty List’ by His Majesty’s Stationery Office.

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