Researching WW2 soldiers - help requested

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  1. Bad CO

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    Chaps
    I've just received the following email from a lady in Canada

    I'd assume that the museum at Blandford & the Public Records Office at Kew maybe good places to start but I could do with some contact details. Has anyone got any other suggestions?
     
  2. COuld try here they should be able to point thenm in the right direction

    http://www.mod.uk/contacts/army_records.htm

    Officers and Soldiers whose regular or reserve service ended between 1921 and 1997

    Army Personnel Centre,
    Historical Disclosures,
    Mailpoint 400,
    Kentigern House,
    65 Brown Street,
    Glasgow G2 8EX

    For telephone enquiries, please use the number below:

    Telephone: 0141 224 3515 or 0845 600 9663

    Fax: 0141 224 2144

    The Ministry of Defence does not normally release information from a service record to persons other than the individual concerned or their next of kin. There is a search fee for genealogical enquiries which currently stands at £25.00.