Findmypast Offers FREE ACCESS to over 9 BILLION Records to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the End of World War I / Great War
[Editor’s Note: We just received this AMAZING update from Findmypast related to the 100th Anniversary of the World War I / Great War Armistice and FREE ACCESS to records at Findmypast!]
- Findmypast makes entire collection of more than 9 Billion records and all historical newspapers free for three days
- All UK, Irish, Australian, New Zealand, Canadian and US records as well as all British, Irish and World Newspapers are free from the 9th to the 12th November 2018
Leading British & Irish family history website, Findmypast, will be making their entire collection of world military records free for three days in honour of the 100-year anniversary of the end of the First World War.
A century on from the end of the war, family historians can explore all of Findmypast’s records and newspapers free of charge.
Over 9 billion records covering the UK, Ireland, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, as well as Findmypast’s vast archive of British, Irish and World Newspapers, will be completely free to search and explore.
By providing free access to such a wide range of resources, Findmypast is offering researchers across the globe the chance to honour the struggles and sacrifices endured by their ancestors, telling their stories and unravelling a complete picture of their lives before, during and after one of the bloodiest conflicts in human history.
Free access starts on 9 November at 12 noon (GMT) and ends on 12 November at 12 noon (GMT). After this, you can only view records with a valid subscription.
Use the following links to access FREE RECORDS:
- Findmypast US and Canada – CLICK HERE
- Findmypast UK – CLICK HERE
- Findmypast Australia – CLICK HERE
- Findmypast Ireland – CLICK HERE
Free Live Webinar from Findmypast
On Friday November 9th, Findmypast will be hosting a free Remembrance Weekend live broadcast featuring in-house military expert, Paul Nixon, search expert, Estelle Calfe, and British record and newspaper specialist, Myko Clelland. Viewers will receive expert tips for using Findmypast’s vast collection of records and historical newspapers to create detailed profiles of their military ancestor’s lives. The broadcast will include live Q&A sessions in which viewers will be invited to submit their questions to Findmypast’s experts. Click HERE to access the free webinar.
Learn more at: https://www.findmypast.com/military-family/
*Please note UK Electoral Registers & Companies House Directors 2002-2018 is excluded from this free access promotion.
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