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army records WW2

Shelagh

Shelagh
My Uncle was in the army during WW2 and I know he was somewhere like egypt but not sure where,there doesn,t seem to be anything on Ancestry or find my past about WW2 unless they died,how do I find what regiment he was in etc
Shelagh
 

lencops

gone but not forgotten
Shelagh, If your Aunt is still alive and has your Uncles Army number and what year his service started and any other info about him, your Aunt can ask for a copy of his service records from the Veterans Agency. Len.
 

brian baker

master brummie
the address to write to is

Army Personnel Centre
HQ SECRETARIAT
HISTORICAL DISCLOSUES
Mail Point 400
Kentigern House
65 Brown Street
Glasgow
g2 8ex

be patient it takes a long time but i have done it and got my fathers army records

brian
 

brian baker

master brummie
sorry i have made a spelling misake on address for army records

the 3rd line should be HISTORICAL DISCLOSURES

YOU CAN PHONE 0141 224 3030
 

lencops

gone but not forgotten
shelagh, RAF records can be obtained from this address below: Len RAF Disclosures Section
Room 221b
Trenchard Hall
RAF Cranwell
Sleaford
LINCS
NG34 8HB
 
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