Forces War Records re-launches with 14,000 Japanese Prisoner of War records

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To celebrate the launch of a new design for its website, Forces War Records has just added over 14,000 new Japanese Prisoner of War records which are completely free to search and view results.

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In addition to our new site design, we have been extensively adding new records to Forces War Records that our members have been asking for. One area not very well covered by any sites is the Japanese Prisoner of War records.

Dominic Hayhoe from Forces War Records said “In addition to our new site design, we have been extensively adding new records to Forces War Records that our members have been asking for. One area not very well covered by any sites is the Japanese Prisoner of War records. In adding these, we know we will be helping quite a few people looking for information on their ancestors. In addition to this we have created a very extensive tutorial to help with finding more information.”

He goes on to say “Of course, in addition to these new records, as ever, all our records are not simply service records in isolation. All our records are uniquely cross matched with other information related to them such as what units the person served in or what battles they fought etc. giving a much more in-depth picture of what life was really like for them.”

Forces War Records is the definitive location for military genealogy records from WW2, WW1, Boer War, Crimean War and beyond. It is the partner site to Forces Reunited which has been reuniting UK Armed Forces personnel since 2001.

The Forces Reunited community was founded in 2001 by Chief Executive Dominic Hayhoe, an Army Veteran who served with the Army Catering Corps between 1986 and 1991. For more information, images, or to interview Dominic or a spokesperson, please contact Forces Reunited Ltd.

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