Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy


Use Caution When Accessing Newly Available Army Records

Finally, the enlistment records of nearly 9 million men and women who were in the U.S. Army during World War II can be accessed online.That’s good news for researchers who have long been frustrated by privacy laws and loss of records in a fire at the National Military Personnel Records Center in St. Louis.

The digital enlistment records include the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps and are available through the National Archive’s Web site. They can be a rich source of information, showing an enlistee’s serial number, place of birth, race, marital status, civilian occupation, education level and more. for more click here

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