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What records does the National Archives have that can help me with my family history ... My grandfather served aboard an U.S. battleship in World War II.

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Jul 10, 2014 ... My grandfather Vincenzo Pochettino fought the White War in Dolomites ... Looking for records of what my relatives did in the First World War ...

How can I find out in which military unit a person served (WWII ...

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My dear departed father-in-law served in the Army and we know that he fought in Italy ... I've used it to access my father's and grandfather's. ... So if they were told to do that after WWII, and if your father-in-law did so, and if the ...

Service records for WWII army personnel - British Genealogy ...

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I am trying to trace my Grandfather who fought in the army in the 2nd World ... Does anyone know if its worth me still applying for the records?

obtaining Grandfather's WW2 records? (World War Two) Page 1 ...

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Does anyone know if I as a grandchild could obtain my grandfathers world ... My grandfather served most of his working life in the army, before ...

Ask Ancestry Anne: Why Can't I Find My World War II Veterans ...

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Jul 2, 2014 ... Ask Ancestry Anne: Why Can't I Find My World War II Veterans Records? ... A question we hear a lot is: “I've searched and searched, but I can't find records of my grandfather's service in WWII. .... I know my dad served in LIbya for awhile and have several photos ... We did not know he had ever lived ther...

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Mar 18, 2015 ... She learned that her grandfather was in the military police and was awarded more than a ... It's the only branch that does,” she said. ... “The records department matched my information with my grandfather and sent back a ... European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal; World War II Victory Medal ...

Army – World War II – National Archives of Australia, Australian ...

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Army – World War II: 1939–45. The National Archives preserves the service records of Australians who served with the Army during World War II.

Finding Grandfather's WWII Military Records - Canada at War Forums

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I am looking for information on my grandfather, who served in World War 2. His name is Arthur Edward Woodcock and was born on 20 ...

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My father fought in WW11 at the battle of the bulge and was captured and spent his years of service in a .... Trying to get info. on the work my Dad did in WWII.

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Military. How do I find information about my great-great-grandfather who fought in the Civil War? ... How can I find out what my father did in World War II? I served ...

What did Grandpa do in the war? - Australian Army

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For instance: my grandfather Jim Heiman served in WW2. I have photos to prove it. However, if I search the WW2 nominal roll I cannot find him. You see, whilst ...

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Apr 27, 2011 ... 'What did you do in the war Grandad? ... Gaining an insight into the lives of those who served and died in the .... My Ancestor was in the British Army by Michael J Watts and Christopher T Watts (Society of Genealogists, 2009).