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Lost Cousins: Sergeant Thomas Findlay MCCLAY (1923-44)

Sgt Thomas Findlay MCCLAY, RAF Volunteer Reserve, 1795998, 432 (Royal Canadian Air Force) Squadron, presumed killed in action in Holland on 28 May 1944. He is… 547 more words

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Lost Cousins: Sergeant Thomas Alexander MCCORD (1921-41)

Sgt Thomas Alexander MCCORD, 612781, 211 Squadron Royal Air Force, killed in action in Greece/Albania on 6 Jan 1941. He is commemorated at the El Alamein War Cemetery in Egypt. 407 more words

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Lost Cousins: Private Robert Normanton Stanhope BUTLER (1886-1917)

Private Robert Normanton Stanhope BUTLER, 44209, 12 Bttn. Manchester Regiment, killed in action in France on 8 February 1917. He is commemorated at the Thiepval Memorial in France. 298 more words

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Lost Cousins: Private Ottiwell Hastings Stanhope BUTLER (1883-1917)

Private Ottiwell Hastings Stanhope BUTLER, 762930, London Regiment, 28th (County of London) Battalion (Artists Rifles), killed in action at Passchendaele on 30 Oct 1917 and… 302 more words

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Lost Cousins: Sapper James NICKELL (1894-1916)

Sapper James NICKELL, 25042, 7th Coy., Royal Engineers, killed in action in Zillebeke on 19 Jan 1916 and buried at Perth Cemetery (China Wall) in Belgium. 138 more words

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“Cutting Capers on the Sands of North Africa”: A Soldier’s Art before, during, and after World War II

Today’s post was written by Jennifer Eltringham, a summer 2016 intern at the National Archives at Denver.

Albert Racine of the Blackfoot Tribe from Browning, Montana, enlisted in the U.S. 841 more words

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Findmypast Makes Access to All Military Records for Veterans Day 2016

From GeneaPress:

Leading family history website, Findmypast, has just announced that they will be making their entire collection of military records free for four days to coincide with Veterans Day 2016.

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