I checked last night and saw it posted. It usually shows up Thursday or Friday at https://www.findmypast.com/blog/new. I shortened it a bit.
Here’s the direct link – Explore iconic wartime photos with our latest releases – FindMyPast Fridays November 6, 2020: https://www.findmypast.com/blog/new/wartime-photos
Niall Cullen 6 November 2020
All Findmypast military records are completely FREE from November 5-12. (Some restrictions apply – see below)
Marking Veterans Day, we’ve released a raft of new military photos and records. Here are all the details on what’s new this week.
Rummage through over 5,600 new snapshots from the Blitz, World War 2 front lines and the Findmypast Community.
The Findmypast Photo Collection features thousands of old photos, many online for the first time. You can discover vintage military photos, shots from World War 2’s Home Front and evacuations, family photos from christenings, weddings and funerals, and much more.
As a premium collection, the Findmypast Photo Collection is excluded from our free military records promotion.
Featuring captivating images from Prisoner of War camps, Naval vessels, battlefields, training exercises, and more, you can explore this amazing collection completely FREE from November 5-12.
Dig deeper into your US ancestors’ war stories with records from The Veteran’s History Project. Discover indexes to interviews, recordings, photos, and more.
This unique collection is also included in our free access promotion. Search and view it free of charge until November 12.
As you’ll see in our new releases, the Findmypast Photo Collection now features photos from our community. If you have an amazing photo you’d like preserved forever online, reach out to us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to find out more.https://www.findmypast.com/blog/new/wartime-photos