A Teachers Guide to World War One: A History in Documents (Pages from History)

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Personnel files for those British units are in the custody of the National Archives in England. Library and Archives Canada does not hold copies of those records. These lists must be consulted on site. See also: Royal Flying Corps. Consult the database for information about the records, how to obtain copies and other sources for naval personnel records.

Most files contain a variety of documents, which may include enrollment applications, discharge or demobilization forms and separation allowances. They usually average from 25 to 50 pages. Some files relate to enrollment in the Royal Naval Air Service.

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The files are indexed in Finding Aid They can be identified using Archives Search. In the search box enter and the name. You can order a copy of a file or view it on site. If the individual continued his naval service after the war, his First World World records may be in his post file.

Some of those are available on microfilm through the Family History Library. The following records are not available online on our website. Consult How to Access our records. In Archives Search try keywords such as a surname or regiment and a record group, e. British Army unit war diaries — These diaries were daily accounts of operations. Battalion number. Wartime diaries and personal papers — Visit the Imperial War Museum website for information on how to access records in their document archive and on the various collections held by the museum relevant to the First World War.

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Pay for research Consider paying for research. What do I need to know before I start? British Army unit war diaries — These diaries were daily accounts of operations. Battalion number. Wartime diaries and personal papers — Visit the Imperial War Museum website for information on how to access records in their document archive and on the various collections held by the museum relevant to the First World War.

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