Many of us ramp up our family history research during the summer as our lives are a bit less structured and we are often visiting and/or celebrating with family throughout the warmer months.
It doesn't hurt that FREE database access has been and continues to be offered by several genealogical subscription services, the most recent one to do this is MyHeritage. You can have FREE access to the MyHertiage WWI collection. Read below for the press release and details!
Happy Hunting! Let us know if you find a special record for one of your ancestors.
2014 marks a century since the outbreak of World War I. On July 28 1914, the Austro-Hungarian Empire invaded
beginning a world war that would last four years and result in millions of
Were your ancestors among the brave men who fought? How did they serve their country? Learn more about them by searching hundreds of thousands of WWI military records.
Enjoy FREE access to the following record collections from now through the end of July:
You can also search all our military collections in one go.
Discover the wartime roles your relatives played in our online record database of WWI military records. This free offer ends July 31, so hurry and start your search today!
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