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Casualty Lists 4th September 2014

Siegfried Sassoon

The first completed list of over 1.3 million 'wounded servicemen' as published by the War Office during the First World War is now available online.

We have released the most comprehensive collection of 'Wounded' of the First World War online - this fully completed list contains records of the servicemen wounded in the British and Commonwealth forces.

Covering servicemen of all ranks from all walks of life, the comprehensive records of Casualty Lists now available on TheGenealogist cover all the years of the First World War. If your ancestor was one of the many casualties, they should feature in the records now online.

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Reggie Yates

Reggie Yates

Television and radio presenter Reggie Yates looks into his father’s ancestry which he knows very little about. It reveals a tale of complicated relationships in the Ghana goldrush of the early 20th Century. Read full article...

WW1 Casualty Lists

WW1 Casualty Lists

From future prime ministers and war poets, to the friends and colleagues in the Pals Battalions, the most comprehensive collection of First World War Casualty Records has been released online by TheGenealogist. Read full article...

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