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Even if you’re too old to take your GCSEs and A-levels this summer, you can learn more about the history of exams – and try out exam questions from the past
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The International Tracing Service has changed its name to the Arolsen Archives as it releases millions of concentration camp victim records online
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DNA expert Debbie Kennett explains how DNA testing companies identify your relatives - and how far you can trust the results
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The British Film Institute has released a pioneering collection of Victorian films to mark Queen Victoria's 200th birthday
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Celebrate Eurovision with a discount MyHeritage DNA test, get £10 off RootsTech London passes and more
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Thousands of family historians share the benefits of their experience using blogs and Twitter, says Jonathan Scott
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Don't miss the June 2019 issue of Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine, on sale from 7 May
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This month, a free records website for foreign nationals in China launches, Findmypast adds Durham bishop's transcripts and more
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In many villages, it wouldn’t be May without one. Caroline Roope reveals the surprisingly tangled history of maypoles
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We take a look at this month’s top TV and radio for family historians, including Who Do You Think You Are? USA, Victorian Sensations and more
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