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Official archive of the UK government. Discover our online collections, research guides and educational resources spanning 1,000 years of history
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Hull History Centre 15h
We are delighted to share the news announced by that we've achieved Archives Accreditation status -
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Museum of Croydon 17h
Proud to be awarded Archives Service Accreditation by today - thanks to all our staff, volunteers and stakeholders!
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National Archives UK 18h
Would you like to represent the views of archive users? Apply to join our User Advisory Group (UAG)
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Please could you submit your enquiry using our online contact form:
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National Archives UK Mar 21
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National Archives UK Mar 21
Come and hear Lady Zahava Kohn talk about her experiences in Nazi concentration camps during
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National Archives UK Mar 21
We've just reached 100,000 followers! Thank you to everyone who helped us to reach this milestone.
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National Archives UK Mar 21
Personal accounts of Nazi persecution contained in newly released files
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National Archives UK Mar 21
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National Archives UK Mar 21
File release: Claims for financial assistance from the mid-1960s by UK victims of Nazi persecution.
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DCMS Mar 21
Marking , descendant Tim Worley reads Pillbox by Edmund Blunden, who served with his grandfather in
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National Archives UK Mar 21
Exploring + spaces and places in history
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National Archives UK Mar 20
The Great Seal of Henry IV, who died 1413.
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National Archives UK Mar 20
Our new season of events is now online. Book now to secure your place.
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National Archives UK Mar 20
The Great Seal of Henry IV, who died 1413.
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National Archives UK Mar 20
We do have a number of previous family history webinar recordings available via podcast:
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Jana Funke Mar 18
Brilliant to see the recreation of 1930s queer club The Caravan with & !
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National Archives UK Mar 20
I think there may have been an issue over the weekend but should be working now. Let us know if you are still unable to access.
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National Archives UK Mar 19
Book a place for our now and learn how to access Treasury correspondence for the years 1777-1920.
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