Experience four days of remembrance and research in London, including 4* accommodation and guided tours, for a special price of £399
Plus: Ancestry adds transportation records; Bexley records go online for the first time; ScotlandsPeople to be taken offline next month; Stirling Poor Relief indexes hit the web
A new BBC Four documentary charts the history of the iconic ocean liner Queen Mary, while Rashida Jones receives the WDYTYA? treatment in the stateside version of the series
Plus: Historic nursing records revealed on the web; Book commemorates Houghton's fallen; Catalogues reveal Cambridgeshire gems; Holocaust centre plans to go ahead
Full Steam Ahead examines the effects of the Beeching Cuts, while BBC Radio 4's Making History looks at the career of Fred Woolton – Minister of Food during the Second World War
Three collections of nursing registers and application forms held by the Royal College of Nursing and the Wellcome Library have been published on Ancestry
Plus: Ancestry uploads Scottish material; SoG publishes Notts transcripts; British Newspaper Archive hits 15 million milestone; Dame Vera Lynn receives prestigious title
Who Do You Think You Are? alumnus Jeremy Paxman uncovers the truth about the most famous ear in art history, while Long Lost Family reunites more estranged relatives
Plus: Ancestry adds tranche of railway records; Former IGRS president passes away; Findmypast releases 1901 NSW Census; IWM Duxford launches aircraft campaign
Long Lost Family showcases two tales of adoption, John Simpson explores his Wild West connections, and a new documentary tells the story of Scotland’s ‘First Oil Rush’
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