of Defence (MOD) is the custodian of the WW2 Service Records
of all personnel (Army/Navy/RAF) and Home Guard records
(WW2) until they are opened to general public access at
The National Archives, may be 15/20 years ahead.
Any websites that you think
are accessing those records are mis-leading.
We are here to provide a
service for anyone who may require us to process an application
which in many cases is not straightforward, we can also
often get medical records.
Welcome to Find a Soldier - Your search
starts here - British Army.
WW2 to present day Service Records (British
We also operate a service for those that
require us to apply on their behalf for WW2 Service Records,
for this confidential service you
need to email Keith with what details you have, he will
Glasgow Records Office (Part of Ministry
of Defence), who we have a good relationship with and any
problems are quickly sorted as they go to great lengths
on our behalf to search for elusive records where the soldier
has given a false birth date and other strange things which
make searches difficult.
At any one time we may have up to 200 applications,
we give each of these our special attention. Many require
detailed medical records, we can also apply for these.READ
National Service Records (Veterans Living)
Have you ever thought of obtaining your
National Service Records. We can get them for you - the
fee is £60:00 , (if they fail we will refund the fee
just charging you the PayPal - had you paid by cheque, you
will be refunded in full ).
Veterans living can obtain these records
without any charge from MOD Glasgow, but we charge £60
for the personal service and completion of all administration
on your behalf.
WW1 - (British Army) - Survivors &
We no longer handle any WW1 enquiries
For all the searches listed above email
Keith with your initial enquiry.
You can pay using your PayPal account
or by credit card or debit card, any currency is accepted.