Online World War II Indexes and Records - WWII
This is a brief guide to researching British government and military records of the Second World War. Second World War records are wide-ranging and are kept in a variety of archives. This guide will help you gain a general overview of the main sources of

This is a brief guide to researching British government and military records of the Second World War. Second World War records are wide-ranging and are kept in a variety of archives. This guide will help you gain a general overview of the main sources of the information that exists, and where to find it.

Second World War service records are held by the Ministry of Defence. Visit the Veterans UK website for further information.

Browse copies of documents from the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force and 21 Army Group, relating to a variety of headquarters responsibilities ( WO 229 ). These are available to as digital microfilm in Discovery, our catalogue.

  World War II Records
in the Cartographic and
Architectural Branch
of the National Archives Reference Information Paper 79 National Archives and Records Administration
Washington, DC
1992

This is a brief guide to researching British government and military records of the Second World War. Second World War records are wide-ranging and are kept in a variety of archives. This guide will help you gain a general overview of the main sources of the information that exists, and where to find it.

Second World War service records are held by the Ministry of Defence. Visit the Veterans UK website for further information.

Browse copies of documents from the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force and 21 Army Group, relating to a variety of headquarters responsibilities ( WO 229 ). These are available to as digital microfilm in Discovery, our catalogue.

  World War II Records
in the Cartographic and
Architectural Branch
of the National Archives Reference Information Paper 79 National Archives and Records Administration
Washington, DC
1992

Irving Berlin
composed "God Bless America" and immigrated to America from Russia with his family when he was 5 years old. See his passenger record.

Apollo-Soyuz Test Project
was a joint U.S.-Soviet space flight in July 1975. See a record relating to the success of the project in the Central Foreign Policy Files.

Today’s post is written by Kylene Woods, a processing archivist at Archives II in College Park. You are interested in knowing more about the army unit your grandfather served with during World War II.  Grandpa Jim served with the 1884th … Continue reading →

This is a brief guide to researching British government and military records of the Second World War. Second World War records are wide-ranging and are kept in a variety of archives. This guide will help you gain a general overview of the main sources of the information that exists, and where to find it.

Second World War service records are held by the Ministry of Defence. Visit the Veterans UK website for further information.

Browse copies of documents from the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force and 21 Army Group, relating to a variety of headquarters responsibilities ( WO 229 ). These are available to as digital microfilm in Discovery, our catalogue.

  World War II Records
in the Cartographic and
Architectural Branch
of the National Archives Reference Information Paper 79 National Archives and Records Administration
Washington, DC
1992

Irving Berlin
composed "God Bless America" and immigrated to America from Russia with his family when he was 5 years old. See his passenger record.

Apollo-Soyuz Test Project
was a joint U.S.-Soviet space flight in July 1975. See a record relating to the success of the project in the Central Foreign Policy Files.

This is a brief guide to researching British government and military records of the Second World War. Second World War records are wide-ranging and are kept in a variety of archives. This guide will help you gain a general overview of the main sources of the information that exists, and where to find it.

Second World War service records are held by the Ministry of Defence. Visit the Veterans UK website for further information.

Browse copies of documents from the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force and 21 Army Group, relating to a variety of headquarters responsibilities ( WO 229 ). These are available to as digital microfilm in Discovery, our catalogue.

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