Delve through more than 40,000 announcements of armed forces promotions, appointments of official public offices, Royal proclamations and much more. The Gazette supplements also allow you to read through full reports and despatches from key battles of the First World War.
Did you know that Fold3 also has an impressive number of military records from the British Commonwealth? Visit the New & Updated Collections page and you’ll find a surprising number of British, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand collections for World War I. The majority of them are completely indexed.
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In commemoration of Veteran’s Day, FamilySearch.org has announced the addition of three free World War I collections containing information on the millions of American and British citizens who served and registered for military service between 1914 and 1920. These vital genealogical resources were made available in collaboration with the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington DC, The National Archives in Kew, Surrey, England, and findmypast.com.
If you are researching World War I, Project Gutenberg can help with its collection of public domain books covering all kinds of topics associated with the war. You can read these books online or download them in any number of formats.
World War I began 100 years ago this month. If you’re looking for WWI records, MyHeritage has opened their collections for free through the end of July.