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Of particular benefit has been their WW1 Soldiers Medical Records section.
Friendships are formed within the QARANC and with soldiers from many regiments and corps.
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Tracing Your Family History Army Those seeking help in tracing your family history for army personnel would benefit from reading the book Army (Tracing Your Family History) from the Imperial War Museum which guides the beginner in tracing relatives involvement in twentieth century warfare.
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Tracing Your Family History Army includes details on where to find service and casualty records; an explanation of the military structure and rank as well as explanations of the resources available from the Imperial War Museum.
There is also a useful addresses section and a select bibliography where further help and information can be obtained.
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