Thursday, April 6, 2017

Free Nurses records and more from Forces War Records in May

Free Nurses records and more from Forces War Records in May


Spring news from Forces War Records

FREE WW1 & WW2 NURSES RECORDS

May 12th marks International Nurses Day, and Forces War Records, the specialist military genealogy website is releasing their new WW1 & WW2 Nurses collection - FREE to search and view for the entire weekend*.

These records include civilian nurses who worked during WW2, as well as those who worked as nurses in WW1, and will provide important details such as registration number, married and maiden names, permanent address, date and place of registration, training hospital and dates of qualification. Free access to this new collection will be provided on 12th via this link:

https://www.forces-war-records.co.uk/lp-nurses-records
*Offer expires 23:59 14th May 2017


  • WHAT WAS IT REALLY LIKE… LIFE AS A WW1 VAD NURSE?
  • On 30th April the Spring edition of the Forces War Records magazine will be online. Including all this (and more):
  • WHAT WAS IT REALLY LIKE? Memoirs from a WW1 VAD nurse
  • WHAT WAS IT REALLY LIKE? Demobilisation after the Great War: from dream to nightmare
  • HOW TO MAKE... Anzac biscuits
  • INSIDE THE... Newfoundland Regiment Gallery
  • READER’S DISCOVERY: Dog-tag find... ‘the forgotten army’
  • WHAT’S IN A NAME? Alan Turing
  • HISTORY IN PICTURES: Anzac Day
  • READER’S STORY: 'Serendipidy' - an extraordinary wartime coincidence
  • WHAT’S ON? Spring events to visit
  • MONTHLY MEMORIAL: Auckland War Memorial Museum