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The information held within the Service Record usually includes: The reason for this is that, unless the individual has an unusual name, there may be other men with exactly the same surname and initials and/or christian name in the records.It is also worth bearing in mind that if a soldier served in the war for any length of time he might have been transferred to different battalions or regiments.
There were about 6-7 million soldiers (Other Ranks and Non-Commissioned Officers) who served with the British Army in the First World War.
Each soldiers’ record of service was stored by the War Office after the First World War was over.
The Service Records of the Guards Regiments are held by each regiment.
They are not complete as some were damaged during the Second World War bombing too.
Appointments to view documents can be made by contacting the regiment as appropriate.