Following four years of research, the Maritime Archaeology Trust has launched a fully interactive map displaying the sites of nearly 1,200 First World War shipwrecks
If you have a family member who died on Malta, you can share their story and photograph via the CWGC's website
The new BBC Two series Made in Great Britain, which begins on 26 October, reveals how our talented ancestors helped to craft modern Britain, says Nell Darby
The database features almost 30,000 items, allowing members of the public to discover the charity's history
We pick this month's best historic TV and radio programmes, including a celebration of Great Britain's craft history and the cast of Emmerdale revisiting the First World War
Ancestry has released the first stage of the Western Front Association pensions records, featuring naval records
To mark Huguenot Month, Kathy Chater explains how to find out if you are descended from refugees fleeing religious persecution in France
We talked to the DNA testing company about their new method for analysing customers' ethnicity
Plus: Documents discovered at The National Archives shed light on William Shakespeare's father; Reclaim the Records publishes New York State Birth Index
Plus: TheGenealogist releases Lloyd George Domesday Survey records for Brent; FamilySearch adds 1858-1957 will index
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