Thursday, 28 May 2015

Family historians identify unknown war dead

According to a (UK) Daily Telegraph story the number of identification cases sent to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, where someone believes they have worked out who is in an unidentified grave, has risen nearly ten fold in the past decade. The increase is attributed to online availability of records, interest generated by programs like WDYTYA and the anniversaries of the two world wars. Read it here.

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