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Reggie Report 3 Mar 2013 22:10

If your husband is the proven next of kin, he can apply for the records, which will cost him £30.00

Although, if the RBL paid for the man's burial, one assumes he had no living relatives


Porkie_Pie Report 3 Mar 2013 19:33

The site only holds records as follows
List of Etonians who served in the World War 1914-1919 and 1939-1945
UK British & Commonwealth POWs Japanese camps 1939-45
Bomber Command Losses 1939-1945
Fighter Command Losses 1940
UK Air Force List 1940
UK Air Force List 1936
UK, Army Roll of Honour, 1939-1945

For a Full list see

Army personnel records for people who served after 1920 are still held by the MOD and (Cannot) be accessed anywhere else,

The link provided for the Veterans Agency above by Vera has the Instructions and contact details you require



trailertrash Report 3 Mar 2013 19:02

And this


Vera Report 3 Mar 2013 17:49

Hope this helps.

British Service Records - Veterans Agency

Instructions and contact details for obtaining military service records

Regards Vera


sharmaine Report 3 Mar 2013 17:42

how should i go about this looking for war records of a fredrick william barker b 1916 suffolk served in world war 2. died 1969 suffolk . story is he was wounded in world war 2 in egypt was bought back and nursed back to health in a military hospital. He was buried by the royal british legion in 1969. how can i find out any details about his war records my husband seems to think he served with the royal anglian regiment any information welcome