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Plus: Soldiers' Effects Records now available online; South Wales mining records to be digitised; East End marriage records hit the web
Digging for Britain has archaeological discoveries in spades, while Who Do You Think You Are? shines a light on Rupert Everett's ancestors
Findmypast has released a collection of records which tells the story of young Jewish children who sought refuge in Britain at the outbreak of the Second World War.
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