Special Offer - 7 to 14 November 2010

Discussion in 'Military History and Militaria' started by Murielson, Nov 8, 2010.

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    Take advantage of the offer below whilst it is free. I did and late last night found details of a relative killed in action in WW1 and it is quite an experience. Text copied from the site below regarding the offer:

    Search military records now for FREE!
    Remembrance Day is the ideal time to remember the sacrifices of our relatives in the Armed Forces. From 7-14 November, we're giving you the chance to honour your family's heroes, without paying a penny.

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    We've made three crucial collections free for Remembrance Week...
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    Service records provide a complete picture of your relatives' military service. They reveal their ranks and regiments, where they served, what medals they received, and many more personal details.

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    This huge collection includes another 5 million service records. It covers soldiers who were discharged to pension during World War I – usually because they were injured.

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    Navy image reproduced courtesy of The National Archives

    Supporting the Poppy Appeal
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