Canadian Roots UK is a self help website set up to help people in the UK trace their fathers/family in Canada. It also provides information to Canadians who may be looking for information about babies fathered in the UK during World War 2.
The web site hopes to serve as a clearinghouse for those searching and those being searched. Most of the information on the site may be found by clicking on "Searches." You will find two kinds of searches: fathers/family looking for children and war-time children looking for their fathers.
One typical example is "Joan Barrow is looking for her father Sergeant Richard Hartigan a Canadian soldier who was stationed in Littlehampton, West Sussex, England during WW2. Joan doesn't know much about her father only that he was a school teacher in civilian life and was from Montreal in Canada." The full query is significantly longer, adding more details. The query is also accompanied by a photograph of the mother, father, and child that was taken when the child was a few weeks old.
This is an interesting site, although also a bit sad. It is great to see technology and the Internet being used in an attempt to reunite families.
You can find the Canadian War Children Of World War Two web site at http://www.canadianrootsuk.org.