Special offer for overseas subscribers

By mattelton, 18 February 2011 - 1:41pm

Special offer
for overseas

If your ancestors hailed from the United Kingdom, then Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine is the ideal guide to the records and resources that you'll need to flesh out their story and find out more about their lives.

Every month we bring you expert advicestep-by-step guides, in-depth features, news of the hottest new web releases and fascinating insights into our forebears' social history.

And with our fantastic offer there's never been a better time to subscribe! We're offering overseas subscribers the chance to pay just £60 every 13 issues – that's a saving of up to 20% on the normal price. Subscribe today and you will:

► Get your copy delivered direct by airmail so you enjoy the latest issue long before it reaches the shops

► Never miss an issue and save money

There's also a chance to browse what's on offer below...


In-depth features

Whether you're just getting started or want to take your research further, Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine is packed with expert guides, in-depth features and easy-to-follow advice.

Click on the image above to browse our New Year, New Start (PDF opens in a new window)

Expert research guides

Our expert writers are on hand to provide their tips on taking your research further, from the best archives and record offices to visit to the wealth of information that's now available online. Plus, each issue comes with a packed data CD featuring thousands of names, helping you to uncover new leads in your research.

Click on the image above to read our step by step guide to tracing your Surrey ancestors (PDF opens in a new window)

All the latest news from around the world

We'll bring you details of all the latest news, record releases and new online collections from the world of family history as they happen.

Click the image above to read more about the recent online release of millions of Australian and New Zealand records (PDF opens in a new window)

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