WWI Document Troves Digitized

Manley, Brendan
September 2014
Military History;Sep2014, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p9
The article reports that Britain's National Archives has uploaded 150 files on Great War espionage compiled by the British MI5 intelligence service, and mentions that Library and Archives of Canada is digitizing the records of all 600,000 individuals who served in the World War I.


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