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 fair amount.
Here’s the direct link – Brand new British and Irish military records: https://www.findmypast.com/blog/new/british-irish-military-records
Niall Cullen 20 November 2020–snip–
Discover family heroes and their incredible stories in our latest releases.
Covering over 130 years of British military history, discover your family heroes’ last wishes in these important records. Each indexed record can reveal your relative’s name, regimental number, and when they died.
You can then use this information to order a copy of the original will from the official government website. The original could include even richer detail like next of kin information, the value of the individual’s estate, and more. What’s more, most soldier’s wills are in their own handwriting, making them precious family mementos.
The Diamond War Memorial in Londonderry (Derry) lists hundreds of locals who lost their lives in the Great War. These records can help you unlock their remarkable stories.–snip–
For Remembrance Day this week, we’ve been preserving the legacies of the heroes who secured our future on social media. Use #RememberTheirStories to share your stories and discoveries with us.