Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine is Britain’s best selling family history brand. The magazine explores the stories behind the popular TV series and helps its readers uncover their own roots. Each issue is packed with practical advice to help readers discover useful family history archives and get the most out of online resources. Features on what life was like in the past and the historic events that affected our ancestors are also included alongside coverage of local history giving readers the tools to uncover the history behind where they live.
“Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine is the UK’s biggest selling family history magazine, part of the popular TV brand that has been instrumental in bringing genealogy to the masses. Our readers are passionate about their hobby and deeply involved in the magazine and its accompanying website. With a monthly mix of expert tips, new record releases, reader stories and historical articles, we’ve grown to become an essential tool for family historians.”
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Inside your JULY 16 ISSUE
- Family tree builders
Nick Peers takes you through the family tree builders available for Mac and PC, so you can choose the right one for you
- Georgian prostitutes
Julie Peakman takes a look at the illicit world of prostitution in the Georgian era
- Children’s photographs
Alison Toplis shows you how to date the old family photos of children in your collection by examining their clothing
- WW1 Red Cross volunteers
The Red Cross has recently completed digitisation of its service records for WW1 volunteers. Michelle Higgs shows you how to use these to trace your relatives
The best websites for finding regimental archives online; the story of British cinemas during WW2; top tips for tracing clergyman ancestors and more…
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