Some links for web-sites about the Armed Forces
These LINKS-Topics have been been compiled from the links submitted by RootsChatters.
Many thanks to everyone who has contributed.
_________________________________________________________________________The Asplin Military History Rescources
The Men of the Imperial Yeomanry, Lovats Scouts and Scottish Horse in the Boer War of 1899 to 1902
This link no longer works, Kev's excellent site which covers the above and MUCH more can now be found at...http://www.britishmedals.us/kevin/intro.htmlAftermath
A very indepth website on the First World War.http://www.aftermathww1.com/index.aspWorld War Document Archivehttp://www.lib.byu.edu/~rdh/wwi/index.htmlCommonwealth War Graveshttp://www.cwgc.org/ The Royal Navy
Website is useful for the historical background of ships and Weaponry. www.royal-navy.mod.uk/
Maritime resources are held at the Imperial War Museum
A website designed to help trace the men and their rank who served in the Royal Navy
in 1901 based on information given in the 1901 census. http://homepage.ntlworld.com/jeffery.knaggs/RNShips.html
Bob /Sanders has a selection of guides to assist in researching Seamen.www.angelfire.com/de/BobSanders/Site.html
Royal Navy Training ships.www.trainingships.royalnavy.co.uk The National Maritime Museum
Database of Information on those who served with the Royal Navy
British Forces with connections to Maltahttp://maltafamilyhistory.com/www.armedforces.co.ukwww.armymuseums.co.ukVictoria Cross Researchhttp://www.victoriacross.co.uk/Victoria Cross Websitewww.chapter-one.com/vcWorldwide Medals and Ribbons.www.medals.org.ukWW1 campaign medalshttp://www.documentsonline.nationalarchives.gov.uk/
- also WW2 merchant seamen's medals. Free search, pay for detailsBoer War Websiteswww.lib.sun.ac.za/roh/roh.exe?
Same as top amendment!www.britishempire.co.uk
Click on Armed forces, then Land Forces, Units, then on the left hand panel, under Indian Army, click on Corps of Guides.
Information sheets for records of Austalians:www.awm.gov.au/research/infosheets/www.nationalarchives.gov.uk
Click on Getting started, then down to research guides A to Z
An article on Boer War Records in the National Archives:www.sfowler.force9.co.uk/page_20.htm
Victorian Nurses from British Colonies who served in the Boer War:http://users.westconnect.com.au/~ianmac/nurses.htmlBroken Links:
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