APC holds personnel service records from post First World
War up to the present day. Second World War records are
still confidential and access is restricted to next of
kin, and some information such as medical records or courts
martial details will not be released.
The National Archives
The National Archives contain a wealth of
material relating to the Army. You are strongly advised to visit
their website which has a lots of information and advice about researching
individual soldiers as well as campaigns and battles.
Commonwealth War Graves
CWGC maintains war graves around the world and provides basic details,
from computerised records, of those buried in CWGC graves, or listed
on CWGC memorials. You can visit their web site and look up names
Ministry of Defence Army Medal
site is for information on medal entitlement and claims only. They
do not act as a historical research centre regarding individuals
but their website provides good general information about entitlement
and the history of medals from the Second World War onwards.
Norfolk Record Office
are some records for the Norfolk Militia and Volunteers and various
miscellaneous documents relating to local soldiers during the war
Norfolk Heritage Centre
is a good collection of First World War portrait photographs of