Archives

National Archives

The National Archives for the United KingdomThe UK government’s official archive, from Domesday Book to websites. It is an award-winning programme of taught sessions and online resources. There are also linlks to downloadable podcasts about a range of fascinating subjects.including Will Forgeries and tracing batallions and regiments during the Great War.

Scottish Archive Network (SCAN)
Link to the Scottish archive network website SCANThe Scottish Archive Network is a project whose partners are the National Archives of Scotland (NAS), the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), and the Genealogical Society of Utah (GSU).

The project aims to revolutionise access to Scotland’s archives by providing a single electronic catalogue to the holdings of more than 50 Scottish archives.

BT Digital ArchiveBT Archive

The BT Digital Archives was created through a collaborative project between Coventry University, BT and The National Archives.

BBC Archive Site

National Health Service Archive from the BBC
NHS archive information from the BBCOn 5 July 1948, the National Health Service was launched with the proud expectation that it would make the UK the ‘envy of the world’. Here you can follow the early years of the NHS from radical plan through to triumphant birth and on to fully fledged but sometimes problematic service. Through programmes, documents and images taken from the BBC’s archives you can witness for yourself a time before the NHS existed, the disputes surrounding its inception and the difficulties it faced in the early years.

National Archive of Australia

Link to National Archive of AustraliaFrom dramatic events that shaped the nation to decisions that touched the lives of individual Australians, the records the National Archives holds are about people – from the ordinary to the famous – and their interactions with the Australian Government.

The Archives is responsible for caring for the most significant records of the Australian Government. Most of these records were received, created or kept by government agencies. The archive consists of tens of millions of items, and includes records about immigration, military service, transport, Indigenous Australians, science and the environment and much more. The Collections

Drill hall project website

Drill hall project website

Drill Hall Project
The project was started in an attempt to record the Drill Halls of the Territorial Army in the period 1908 – 1914. The Drill Hall Project encompasses an extensive database of several thousand locations.

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