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WWII Service Records

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Julia Report 23 Jun 2008 20:48

Would anybody know if it is possible for me to obtain World War II Army Service Records for my Grandfather. Would they tell me where and when he was posted?

Any help appreciated.


David Charles

David Charles Report 23 Jun 2008 20:59

archives at kew have some as well but not complete


Julia Report 23 Jun 2008 21:01

Do you have to prove you are a relative, or can you just send for them with payment.

Thanks, Julia


Lyndi Report 23 Jun 2008 21:02

Hi Julia
I just got my dad,s records a couple of weeks back. I had to fill in a Certificate of Kinship stating I was the next of kin ( )
They said would take 4-5 months but it only took one.
I was very disappointed in the limited amount of info I received, but maybe you will be luckier and get more.


Julia Report 23 Jun 2008 21:06

Thanks for all your help, on this thread. I will send for them soon.

Thanks again.