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Ancestry adds millions of Dutch records; WW2 diary project smashes fundraising target; Lancashire researcher seeks newspaper photos; Shakespeare's will to return home
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Esteemed luxury bootmakers John Lobb get the in-depth documentary treatment in Handmade: By Royal Appointment, plus there’s a chance to revisit Lucy Worsley's A Very British Murder
More French glamour and Royal intrigue with Versailles plus Dan Snow looks at the planning behind a key Second World War success in D-Day: The Last Heroes
Plus: Forces War Records marks Operation Neptune; Top secret German coding machine found in an Essex shed
A DNA study has uncovered a genetic marker that will help researchers confirm if they are descended from King Robert III, who ruled Scotland from 1390 to 1406
Plus: ONS publishes 2021 Census consultation response; Lancashire Archives slashes opening hours; Yorkshire collection finds new home; Westminster records go online
Dan Snow marks the centenary of the Battle of Jutland and there's another chance to see John Bishop's episode of Who Do You Think You Are?
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Children and young people aged 5-16 are being encouraged to investigate their ancestry for a new competition run by the Federation of Family History Societies
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