How to uncover your family's military roots
Digitized records help Canadians leaf out family tree military history
Johnson, IanPublisher: CBC, Canada
Date Written: 10/11/2011
Year Published: 2011
Resource Type: Article
Researching a family's military history used to be a real challenge, but as more and more paper archives go digital and are transferred to the internet, it's becoming possible for anyone to leaf out a family tree in surprising detail by using a few tricks and knowing where to look.
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