Plus: First World War naval site hits the web; WW2 digital archive pays tribute to US air heroes; Irish Family History Centre opens doors; Wark backing new CWGC initiative; Historic Irish newspaper revealed online
Records of thousands of Royal Navy officers and ratings who served during the First World War are being transcribed and added to a free searchable online database
We take a look at the work of some superb silversmiths in Handmade: By Royal Appointment, plus there’s another chance to see Minnie Driver's episode of WDYTYA?
More than 30,000 documents relating to United States air personnel stationed in East Anglia during the Second World War can now be accessed via a new web resource
Ancestry adds millions of Dutch records; WW2 diary project smashes fundraising target; Lancashire researcher seeks newspaper photos; Shakespeare's will to return home
Our July 2016 issue features a guide to the best family history software packages on the market. Download the magazine to discover which one is best for you!
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
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