6 edition of Army service records of the First World War found in the catalog.
Army service records of the First World War
|Statement||by Simon Fowler, William Spencer, Stuart Tamblin.|
|Contributions||Spencer, William, 1963-, Tamblin, Stuart., Great Britain. Public Record Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||55|
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Army Service Records of the First World War (PRO Readers' Guide) 3rd Edition by Simon Fowler (Author) out of 5 stars 7 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN.
This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats Cited by: 2. out of 5 stars First World War Army Service Records. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on Novem Verified Purchase.
I bought this to help explain some of the forms found researching my grandfather's WW1 service with the First Salford Pals on the Somme. The records found are, like many from this time, badly damaged, but this book 5/5(6).
The National Archives' celebrated First World War holdings include personal files of officers and other ranks, campaign medals, gallantry and meritorious service awards, courts martial and casualty lists.
Its collection has records of Dominion forces and the Indian Army, the WAAC, the Royal Flying Corps and : Records of the British Army, Air Force and Royal Navy (c–c) Go to our Digitised First World War records page for links to British Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force online service records, medal records and, for the British Army, unit war diaries.
Records of Royal Navy officers and ratings on the First World War Royal Navy Lives at Sea database. What military records does NARA have. The National Archives holds Federal military service records from the Revolutionary War to in the National Archives Building in Washington, D.C.
See details of holdings. Military records from WWI - present are held in the National Military Personnel Records Center (NPRC), in St. Louis, Missouri, See details of holdings. For a comprehensive overview, see: Selected Finding Aids Related to NARA's World War II Holdings African Americans Records of Military Agencies Relating to African Americans from the Post-World War I Period to the Korean War, Reference Information Paper Casualty Lists and Missing Missing Air Crew Reports (MACRs) World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing Army and Army Air.
Before World War I. You can find older military service records (generally before World War I) from the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
These include: Compiled service records - Basic biographical, medical, and military information taken from muster rolls, pay vouchers, and other records. pp, large 8vo (9 5/8" H), soft cover. ISBN "This third expanded edition of the bestselling 'Army Service Records of the First World War' brings you the most up-to-date information on the records relating to service in the British an d Indian Armies between and It covers officers, other ranks, and nurses, explaining in detail what you can find from their records.
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This third edition is published to coincide with the transfer to the Public Record Office in early of the British Army Nurses and Indian Army Records. The World War II service records of German soldiers can be of great genealogical value. However, getting access to German army WWII service records may be difficult because many of them were destroyed during times of war.
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Army service records of the First World War. Statement of Responsibility: Simon Fowler, William Spencer, Stuart Tamblin Book lists sources of documentation for individual war service records in the Public Record Office and also outside the Public Record Office.
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It provides guidance on interpretating the service records of the men and women who served in the British and Indian armies,the Dominion forces,the Royal Flying Corp/Royal Air Force and the medical and nursing s: 9. Buy Army Service Records of the First World War Revised edition by Fowler, Simon, Spencer, William, Tamblin, Stuart (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Digital records of Irish soldiers serving in World War I are now available online, following a collaborative project between Google and the In Flanders Fields Museum. The outbreak of war intherefore, found the British Army with a total establishment of 25, horses and mules, five Remount Depots and four Remount companies, with a remount strength of approximately 1, animals.
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[William Spencer] -- "The National Archives celebrated First World War holdings include personal files of officers and other ranks, campaign medals, gallantry and meritorious service.
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