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This guide gives a broad yet meticulous overview of useful sources in researching your woman at war. With every chapter underpinned by an explanation of historical context, you can gain a more comprehensive understanding of the events and organisations in which your relative may have been involved. All in all a handy and easy-to-read guide for those new to war research.

Claire Paterson, Inside History magazine

Emma Jolly writer, historian, genealogist

To contact Emma, please either email ejgenealogic@googlemail.com or use the enquiry form below.







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