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It's back! The BBC is poised to screen the new series of Who Do You Think You Are? from July through to September – and this time there are nine family history-packed episodes for you to look forward to...
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The announcement of the new line-up for this year's series Who Do You Think You Are? proved to be a big talking point on our new Facebook page this week
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To celebrate the 500th member joining our new Facebook page, we have five copies of Census: The Expert Guide to give away, including all you need to know about tracing your ancestors in the decennial survey.
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Family historians with Irish roots will be able to explore the country’s 1901 census online for the first time after the completion of a major digitisation project by the National Archives of Ireland (NAI).
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We've teamed up with YourOldBooks&Maps to offer readers 50% off the price of their Premium Subscriptions, giving you the chance to explore their fantastic collection of archive records.
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A collection of archive material from the BBC has been made available online to as part of an archive commemorating the 70th anniversary of the evacuation of Dunkirk.
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A new centre is now open at the Imperial War Museum in London, giving family historians improved access to its major military archives.
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Records of people travelling to New Zealand in the first half of the 20th century are now available to explore online thanks to a new website raising money for charity.
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One of the most pivotal years in British history and this summer's best historic days out are the subject of two new special issues from BBC History Magazine.
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Nearly 40 million British newspaper pages spanning three and a half centuries will be made available to search online over the next ten years thanks to a huge new digitisation project.
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