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Royal Air Force airmen’s records are now searchable through the online catalogue of The National Archives (TNA) of the UK.

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Pensions paid by the Government of what is now the Republic of Ireland to members of the IRA and other forces between 1916 and 1923 are to be made available online.

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74,000 new Manchester military records have been made available online in the Manchester City Battalions and Manchester Roll of Honour databases.

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Militia, court, burial and other records for Warwickshire have been made available online.

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The National Archives has recently made available online more than 15,000 First World War nursing service records.

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The Genealogist website has recently added many military records.

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More records have been added to Find My Past’s military collection.

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A major new Yorkshire collection of records has been launched, including Civil War Records, Marriage Licences, Domesday Records, Visitations, Directories, Poll Books and Regimental Records.

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The family history website Find My Past has published the records of over half a million men who served in the British militia, the precursor to the UK’s Territorial Army. The Militia Service Records, covering 1806 to 1915, have been made available online for the first time to coincide with British Armed Forces Day.
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S&N Genealogy’s website The Genealogist has added several collections of military records.

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