Family history website Findmypast are offering free access to all their military records to commemorate Remembrance Day.
The free records make it easier for family historians to discover their ancestors’ military service in the run-up to Remembrance Day, which marks the anniversary of the end of the First World War on 11 November.
First World War records on the website include the National Roll of the Great War, which includes names and biographies of those who fought, as well as include attestation, medal, battalion and prisoner of war records.
The records are free to access until 10am on Thursday 12 November.
A Findmypast Pro subscription, including records from around the world, normally costs £13.33 per month.
Findmypast are also inviting users to share stories of their ancestors’ military service on social media with #RememberTheirStories.
Rosemary Collins is the staff writer of Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine