Database of 620,000 First World War personnel files completed to mark anniversary of Canada’s 100 Days

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Explore the First World War Database!

It took five years of work, encompassing over 30 million digitized images and 540 terabytes of data, but we now have a complete list of more than 620,000 files accessible online!  Explore the personnel records of the First World War Database—you’ll be amazed at what you discover.

Wonderful resource for Canadian lines

in Genealogy Help by Shirley Gilbert G2G6 Mach 6 (65.4k points)

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WOW thanks for the info Shirley. I'll be using this one.
by Richard Devlin G2G6 Pilot (496k points)
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This is definitely a great resource. I've been working my way through the men from New Brunswick pulling out the killed in action and died of wounds men first. These records have information on families as well as details of their service. They are a wealth of information.
by Doug McCallum G2G6 Pilot (521k points)
Good for you, Doug. This oughta help tremendously.
Me - I do Saskatchewan

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