WW1 Hospital Records Collection on Forces War Records has now Reached 1 Million

The following announcement was written by the folks at Forces War Records in the UK:

Exclusive to Forces War Records – the specialist military genealogy website

These records have been painstakingly transcribed, directly from the original Military Hospital records in the National Archives, so you won’t find these anywhere else online. The original documents were handwritten, often barely readable, but the Forces War Records UK based transcription team of 70+ experts worked for 2 years to decipher it and get the data online, making it easy for this collection to be searched, simply by name.

Why search our Hospital Records? In some cases these records may be the only existing proof for those researching, that their WW1 ancestors fought in the war. They’ll show what he was treated for and where he went after he was patched up (or not!)

Following an independent study our records have been verified as being 97% accurate by two industry experts.

Click here to learn more about our WW1 Hospital Records.

What was it really like to be a nurse in WW1? Read how Margot Turner escaped death many times as a POW and rose to become Director of the Army Nursing Services in 1964 and Colonel Commandant of the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps (QARANC) in 1969, not to mention a Dame. More from our Blog here.

One Comment

Joan LeBlanc Loga June 15, 2017 at 11:42 am

My father Camille LeBlanc was in hospital in France in WW 1 he joined the British army in Boston and was in hospital in France with Reumatic Fever which left him with a bad heart. Can I find out which hospital he was in?


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