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This talk provides an introduction to the main sources for family history research available via The National Archives website. Topics covered include the online catalogue, online resources and the research signposts. Gerry Toop is a Reader Adviser in the Family History team in the Advice and Records Knowledge department. He regularly gives talks on behalf of The National Archives, both in-house and at external events.
Learn how to use the resources found on the National Archives website. This website contains resources related to subject, people, and places within the United Kingdom.
The Wiener Library holds many personal accounts of children evacuated from Nazi Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia between December 1938 and September 1939. Using individual first-hand accounts sourced from The Wiener Library and documents held at The National Archives, this talk gives insights into how Britain dealt with the refugee children who arrived on the Kindertransports and the difficulties they faced.
Using various resources for researching English ancestors 1688-1837