FREE WEBINAR 3 Ways to Trace Wartime Ancestors from Findmypast

Findmypast offers a FREE WEBINAR entitled 3 Ways to Trace Wartime Ancestors on Thursday, November 9, 2017 - visit Genealogy Bargains to register!
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Findmypast Offers FREE WEBINAR: 3 Ways to Trace Wartime Ancestors

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On Thursday November 9th, at 11:00 am Eastern, Findmypast will be hosting a free Veterans Day Webinar featuring in-house military expert, Paul Nixon, newspaper expert Aoife O’Connor and special guest, National Archives record specialist Audrey Collins.

Click HERE to register!

3 Ways to Trace Wartime Ancestors

How were your family affected by the World Wars? Maybe they fought and died for their country or perhaps they stayed home and endured air raids and rationing. Whatever their story, Findmypast can offer you unrivalled insights into how your relatives lived during the most pivotal global conflicts in history.

In this exclusive webinar, we’ll focus on 3 unique wartime resources and show you how to use them to find out more about your family’s past:

  • Paul Nixon will describe what Findmypast’s extensive collection of British military records can bring to your family research
  • Audrey Collins from the UK’s National Archives, will detail how the fascinating 1939 Register is vital for tracing relatives in England and Wales at the outbreak of World War 2
  • Aoife O Connor will demonstrate how historical newspapers can be key for finding out more information on your military ancestors

Viewers will receive expert tips for using Findmypast’s collection of military records and historical newspapers to create detailed profiles of their military ancestor’s lives and Audrey Collins will be taking a detailed look at how the 1939 Register can be an invaluable tool for tracing British relatives at the outbreak of World War 2. The Webinar will also include a live Q&A session in which viewers will be invited to submit their questions to the hosts as well as Findmypast’s team of experts.

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