TNA Online Events for January

The National Archives, UK, offers five online presentations in January.

Family History: Using First World War Army Records
Saturday 13 January 2024, 10:30 (5:30 am EST)
Will Butler, Head of Military Records at The National Archives,, explores key sources for researching those who served in the First World War.

Family History: Using Civilian Internee Records
Saturday 20 January 2024, 10:30 (5:30 am EST)

Roger Kershaw, Collections Specialist at The National Archives, explains how to find records of civilian internment relating to individuals.

The Forgers: The Story of the Holocaust’s Most Audacious Rescue Operation
Wednesday 24 January 2024, 19:30 (2:30 pm EST)
Roger Moorhouse in conversation about the forgotten story of the Holocaust’s most audacious rescue operation, saving thousands of Jewish lives in the Second World War.

Poverty, Language and the New Poor Law in Wales, 1834–1871
Friday 26 January 2024, 14:00 (9 am EST)
Records specialist Paul Carter delves into the difficulties faced by the poor in England and Wales when dealing with a central poor law authority, responsible for the high-level administration of poor relief for millions of poor people across a bilingual society.

Family History: Using Prisoner of War Records
Saturday 27 January 2024, 10:30 (5:30 am EST)
Roger Kershaw is back to help get started researching ancestors who were taken as Prisoners of War during the Second World War. You’ll be introduced to Prisoners of War from across different theatres of war and some of the key records held by The National Archives.

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