Forces War Records are excited to announce that they have launched a powerful new update to their records page, which could mean brand new insight and an industry first in genealogy website research.
Their update is designed to help you navigate through more than 20 million records with a series of filters to help locate the military records with ease.
When a record is viewed, if details can be cross-matched with other records within their unique database that they believe to be the same person, additional records with the highest probably matches will appear at the top of the page. These can then be "clicked" on to view each individual record and you can then scroll through each of them using the arrows on the page, or close to revert back to the original record. This puts more records in one place, improves the chances of finding more information and save time in your research.
(The matching records are located and generated by using a surname, alongside service number if post-1921, or regiment and regimental number if prior to 1921.)
This new update to the site will give users the opportunity to find military records with ease and make your experience of the Forces War Records site that much better.
Visitors are able to explore the new feature by visiting www.forces-war-records.co.uk
Come take a look for yourself.