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These are service records of officers who served in the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the First World War (1914-1918).
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For over two thousand years the Jewish community have suffered because of their race and identity and...
Amazing pictures, letters and maps of aviation pioneer Major Robert Loraine have been brought together in one collection of the first time
Tidbits of advice about sex are things you wouldn't expect from the Victorian era, but the unearthing of a new text shows how our ancestors might have been a lot friskier than we once thought.
Newest genealogy records available on the internet.
News item about The National Archives making over 150 top secret MI5 files available online for the first time.
Tom Mackenzie, 74, was raised in the Foundling Hospital in Hertfordshire after his unmarried mother was forced to give him up.
Thomas Whitham, from Worsthorne near Burnley, stormed a German machine gun post saving much of his battalion during heavy fighting at Ypres so why did he have to pawn his Victoria Cross?
Archaeologists used radiocarbon dating on the dyke, which runs from Prestatyn in North Wales down to Chepstow, which revealed it was constructed centuries before the Saxon leader ruled the kingdom of Mercia.
Unseen documents have revealed how the French begged Churchill not to let Windsors return to France in 1945 for fear they would re-kindle Nazi 'acquaintances'.
Biographer Peter Ackroyd tells of Chaplin's troubled and impoverished childhood (pictured left) and reveals truth behind his 'wretched' mother Hannah (top right).
The Queen's childhood toys are to form the centrepiece of a new exhibition that looks back on 250 years of royal childhood.
In 1919, King George V called Chapel Street in Altincham, Cheshire, the bravest in England at the unveiling of a memorial to commemorate those who served.
OVER 6 MILLION MILITARY GENEALOGY RECORDS exclusively cross matched with over 4,000 units of the British Forces going back to 1350
When the Duchess of Cambridge arrives in Sydney next week, she will be able to trace her roots back to a 19th century farm labourer who was sent as a convict to Australia.
Four of the handful of survivors will meet at the National Memorial Arboretum, in Staffs, to mark what was the first major naval battle of WWII.
Findmypast have just launched their "100 in 100 campaign" ... which means over the next 100 days they will be releasing and showcasing 100 record sets!
Primitive tools dug up by archaeologists in South Lanarkshire have been dated at 14,000 years old - making them the earliest evidence of humans in Scotland.
GRAPHIC CONTENT: In 1945 Lt John Randall thought the gates led to a grand country house, instead he was hit by the smell of death and the sight of emaciated bodies.
The footless skeleton of an Iron Age woman, with sheep and goats on her head, has been found in West Knoyle, Wiltshire.
In the unique document being sold in Wiltshire, second officer Charles Lightoller wrote that the ship made a 'slight jar' before starting to go down.
On the afternoon of February 12, 1682, Thomas Thynn of Longleat, an 'upstanding member of the gentry' was murdered by three assassins in London.
A document that explains how the body was chosen has been revealed by the grandson of chaplain George Kendall, who helped organise its bringing home.
The possessions of Hertfordshire's Private Edward Ambrose remained unopened after they were sent home to his parents following his death in 1916
The figure - who shows the bravery and suffering of British soldiers at the Battle of the Somme - could be Private Frederick Darkes from Tamworth, Staffordshire, who served as a stretcher bearer.
The tiny ship was used to launch biplanes to stop German airship bombing raids during the First World War. Experts have spent years restoring it for display