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Summer saleThe sun seems to be hiding behind a cloud this week, but summer isn’t over yet!

This holiday weekend we’re offering 30% off a 12-month digital subscription to Family Tree. Treat yourself or someone else and grab a bargain!

This is a great deal, so if you’ve been considering trying digital or taking out a subscription to your favourite magazine, now is the time to do it!

Visit Pocketmags.com now to get your 12-issue digital subscription to Family Tree for just £24.49 – saving you a huge 30% off the usual price of £34.99.

This offer is for this bank holiday weekend ONLY (Thursday 21 August-Monday 25 August), so be quick!

Don’t forget, digital subscribers are also entitled to our subscriber-only offers – check out the latest here.

Summer sale! Save 30% off Family Tree digital!

The sun seems to be hiding behind a cloud this week, but summer isn’t over yet!

This holiday weekend we’re offering 30% off a 12-month digital subscription to Family Tree. Treat yourself or someone else and grab a bargain!

This is a great deal, so if you’ve been considering trying digital or taking out a subscription to your favourite magazine, now is the time to do it!

Visit Pocketmags.com now to get your 12-issue digital subscription to Family Tree for just £24.49 – saving you a huge 30% off the usual price of £34.99.

This offer is for this bank holiday weekend ONLY (Thursday 21 August-Monday 25 August), so be quick!

Don’t forget, digital subscribers are also entitled to our subscriber-only offers – check out the latest here.

Exclusive subscriber offers

Battlefield-GuideAs a print or digital subscriber to Family Tree you can enter exclusive competitions and take advantage of special offers just for you. If you’re not yet a subscriber, take advantage of this issue’s great subscriber offer – click here to find out more!

In the September issue we have the following exclusive offers – details of how to enter and closing dates can be found on page 36 of your magazine:

  • Save 25% on any titles in the Pen & Sword ‘Your Towns & Cities in the Great War’ published during 2014.
  • Win a copy of Major & Mrs Holt’s Battlefield Guide to the Western Front – North.

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Family Tree September subscription offer

Naval & Military ArchiveSave 33%* when you subscribe to Family Tree today!

PLUS get a 90-day Naval & Military Archive subscription worth £29.95 FREE**

The Naval & Military Archive is packed with invaluable resources to help you research your ancestors’ military past. The Naval & Military Archive provides crucial tools to help you research those who fought for their country.
Its 8.8 million records are collated from official books, rolls and documents formerly buried in national libraries and archives. These records are presented in an easily searchable online format.
Alongside its groundbreaking digitisation of Soldiers Died in the Great War and the Army Roll of Honour for the Second World War, the Naval & Military Archive presents the Campaign Medal Rolls of the Great War. Almost 3,000 original volumes, containing well over 6.5 million records of campaign medal awards, have been meticulously transcribed and digitised.
For the first time, it is now often possible to ascertain not just a soldier’s regiment but, importantly, the battalion in which he served too. This vital information will allow you to view the war diaries of the units within the divisions of the British Army.
The Naval & Military Archive offers you the chance to read those war diaries and discover, from the comfort of your own home, so much more about your ancestor’s time in the trenches.

Subscribe to Family Tree today and receive a 90-day subscription to the Naval & Military Archive for free. But hurry as this offer is strictly limited to the first 30 subscribers!

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Family Tree magazine September 2014

Family Tree SeptemberFamily Tree September 2014 is on sale now! Learn from our experts, as they shed new light on old sources and share the secrets of taking research to a professional level. Also inside this issue… we test the genealogy giants – find the best data site for you; visiting battlefields; new census angles; apprenticeship records; WW1 research; Acts of Parliament; your stories; & more… Plus, free access to selected records at TheGenealogist!

You can download the digital edition right now - click here!

Genius ideas to kickstart your family history Brush up on your family history know-how with five top family history experts.
Testing the genealogy giants We try out the major family history subscription sites to see what you get for your money.
Visiting the battlefields… Choose the WW1 battlefield tour that’s right for you.
The census: what really happened? The discovery of some 1841 householder pages provides a new angle on these early records.
Using apprenticeship records A look at taxes and indentures of our trader ancestors.
The Great War at your fingertips This round-up of WW1 records online will help you better research your ancestors’ war years.
The madness of war We visit the newly-reopened Imperial War Museum London and discover a moving memorial to our ancestors who lived, served and died in the Great War.

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To the letter of the law – discover how the actual wording of certain Acts of Parliament provides further clues to the past.
A family treasure trove – delightful family discoveries, plus handy tips on keeping your own archives safe.
Reader story – three men & a war.
The Somme on the big screen – more about the cinema industry’s role in WW1.
Grave matters – how a simple homemade device can help you decipher memorial inscriptions.
Curious Cornwall cognomens – what is it that distinguishes a Cornish surname?
Research Zone – exploring the mystery behind a tantalising unsigned sketchbook.
Twiglets – catch up with the latest adventures of our tree-tracing diarist Gill Shaw.
Thoughts on… Diane Lindsay is never bored!
Free records to search! Family Tree readers can view selected records free of charge directly from TheGenealogist.co.uk.

Regulars: Genealogy news; Dear Tom – genealogical miscellany; Your Q&A, including photo-dating & military advice; Reviews of the latest books, CDs & apps; Mailbox – your letters; Diary dates.

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