First World War Army Service Records: A Guide for Family Historians [Great Britain]

By: William Spencer

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Book Details: 160 pages; 7 1/2" x 9 3/4", paper, The National Archives [United Kingdom]


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The National Archives' celebrated First World War holdings include personal files of officers and other ranks, campaign medals, gallantry and meritorious service awards, courts martial and casualty lists. Its remarkable collection has records of Dominion forces and the Indian Army, the WAAC, the Royal Flying Corps and RAF, as well as auxiliary and nursing services. Over 10,000 individual unit war diaries cover all operational theatres of the British Army, while original trench maps illustrates areas from the Western Front to Salonica, Gallipoli to Mesopotamia, Palestine to Italy.

Title: First World War Army Service Records: A Guide for Family Historians [Great Britain]

Author: William Spencer

Categories: Britain, Great Britain,

Edition: 4

Publisher: The National Archives [United Kingdom]:

ISBN Number: 1905615264

ISBN Number 13: 9781905615261

Binding: Paperback

Book Details: 160 pages; 7 1/2" x 9 3/4", paper, The National Archives [United Kingdom]

Seller ID: 615261

Description: The National Archives’ celebrated First World War holdings include personal files of officers and other ranks, campaign medals, gallantry and meritorious service awards, courts martial and casualty lists. Its remarkable collection has records of Dominion forces and the Indian Army, the WAAC, the Royal Flying Corps and RAF, as well as auxiliary and nursing services.

Over 10,000 individual unit war diaries cover all operational theatres of the British Army, while original trench maps illustrates areas from the Western Front to Salonica, Gallipoli to Mesopotamia, Palestine to Italy.

About Author
William Spencer is the military records specialist at The National Archives. He is the author of the bestselling "Army Service Records of the First World War" and "Air Force Records for Family Historians".
160 pages; 7 1/2" x 9 3/4", paper, The National Archives [United Kingdom]