Ww1 pension records british army
Jan 04, 2009 The major series of records (and the first place to look for any soldier) resulting from the grant of a pension are the attestation and other discharge documents in WO 97, covering: see British Army Soldiers' Discharge Papers ( ), for more details.British Army WWI Pension Records. This database contains service records of noncommissioned officers and other ranks who were discharged from the Army and claimed disability pensions for service in WWI. These were also men who did not reenlist in the Army prior to World War II. Approximately 5 million men served in the British Army in World War ww1 pension records british army
The British Army World War One Pension Records are War Office (WO) records also known as the WO364 records and the Unburnt collection, due to these records surviving a World War Two bombing raid on the War Office in London where they were held.