September 2019

A special commemorative World War 2 issue on finding family in the census, how to trace your heroes on the home front, plus we remember the children who fled the nazis ... Read More >>

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Inside the September 2019 issue of Family Tree:

Discover the lives of your ancestors on the brink of war

We look back at our families in 1939, at home and in the Armed forces – what were their lives like and what lay in store for them. We have a collection of articles looking at the social history, the fashion history, reader memories and more

The 80th anniversary of the 1939 Register

Taken just a few weeks after the start of the war – to help with the allocation of ration coupons and identity cards – the 1939 Register was an invaluable resource for the welfare of our ancestors during WW2 – and it’s a go-to aid for family historians today. Let’s celebrate it!

How to research your early 20th century family

Professional researcher Chris Paton looks at those essential records for tracing your family in the early 20th century. This is an era that spans living memory: some of the folk you will remember and others will have lifespans that reach back to the early Victorian, and perhaps even Georgian times…

The last days of Kindertransport

We look at the last journeys made by Jewish children, fleeing Nazi Germany, in the final weeks before the door closed, leaving millions to their fates

Plus the Family Tree magazine regulars, to help family history enthusiasts gain practical genealogy knowledge:

- Taken a DNA test? Now what? – DNA explained in simple terms
- Techy tips for family historians – see how you can help with an indexing project
- Your questions answered – researchers help readers solve their family history puzzles

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