Tuesday, 4 May 2010

New records on MilitaryGenealogy.com

From MilitaryGenealogy.com (Naval and Military History Press):

Military-Genealogy.com our very successful and well used on-line research facility has undergone a significant ground up rebuild. The existing five databases have been supplemented by another five sets of data, Naval Casualties 1914-1919 is possibly going to be the most popular, sitting alongside the evergreen Soldiers Died in The Great War.

About Our Naval and Military Records

By using the ten important databases on this website it is now possible to find information on most of those from Britain who died in military service in both World Wars.

Additionally, over 400,000 particulars including much biographical information of those who served is now available to view in the form of the National Roll of the Great War, De Ruvigny's Roll Of Honour, Men of The Battle of Waterloo 1815, Boer War Casualties 1899-1902, Distinguished Conduct Medal Citations, Ireland's Memorial Records, Naval Casualties 1914-1919 and British Prisoners of War (German Camps). In total over 1.25 million records can now be viewed.

Available Collections:

NEW Boer War Casualties 1899-1902
NEW Distinguished Conduct Medal Citations
NEW Ireland's Memorial Records
NEW Naval Casualties 1914-1919
NEW British Prisoners of War 1939-45
(German Camps)

Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1919
Army Roll of Honour 1939-1945
National Roll of the Great War
De Ruvigny's Roll Of Honour
Men of The Battle of Waterloo 1815

Access is gained either by a site passport allowing unlimited searches for a time, or by pay-per-view. For more visit www.military-genealogy.com.

(With thanks to MilitaryGenealogy.com)

Chris

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