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shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them
If you find a broken link please
Their are now so many sites becoming available for researching Military Records of your Ancestors - that these pages would go on for ever. I have included most interesting sites that are on line in either a searchable database or just an information page.
My suggestion is that you search GOOGLE and enter the War listing that you are researching
The WW1 - AIF database is now back on
with a much better and updated site.
It is for Australian ONLY WW1 reference.
Their is link on the LHS of the page for those soldiers who served
under an ALIAS name........giving ALIAS and correct birth name.
so if you are missing a relo in the 1914 - 1918 time period might be
worth a look.
Australian War Memorial
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Roll of Honour
Covers UK, Scotland, Ireland, Channel Islands, Isle of Man
New Zealand Military
The Queens Royal Surrey Regiment 1661 - 1966
This website tells the history, traditions and customs of the two Infantry Regiments of Surrey. The Queen’s Royal Regiment (West Surrey), the 2nd of Foot, was England’s oldest infantry Regiment formed in 1661. The East Surrey Regiment was formed in 1881 by the amalgamation of the 31st who first paraded in 1702 as a Marine Regiment and the 70th who were raised in 1758. These two Regiments were amalgamated in 1959 to form The Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment
ANGLO BOER WAR 1878 - 1880
This is a new web site being developed for any one interested in researching family members in this military time period
ANGLO BOER WAR 1899 - 1902
This new site has now 4,130 web page links and 7,800 pages in PDF format relating to all ANGLO BOER WAR 1899 – 1902 covering all continents and a searchable database
SOLDIERS OF THE QUEEN
This site is of Victorian-era British Military Photographs. Has a searchable database
MAPPING OUR ANZACS
The National Archives of Australia
has added a new feature on their website - "Scrapbook your ANZAC memories" aka
"Mapping Our ANZACs" which can be accessed from
The site allows you to browse the records of service of those who served in World War 1 by place of birth or enlistment. You can view details of individual servicemen and view their full service record. If you find a service person of interest you can add a note or photograph to the site's digital scrapbook. The third part of the site allows you to build a tribute to a group of service personnel. Registration is required to add to the scrapbook or to build a tribute
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