Anzac Day offers a powerful opportunity to honor the legacies of our Australian and New Zealander relatives who fought for freedom. To help make this Anzac Day even more meaningful, MyHeritage will be providing free access to all 120 million records from Australia and New Zealand, between April 20–25, 2023.
Since last Anzac Day, MyHeritage has added around 25 million historical records from Australia and New Zealand, including a number of fascinating and valuable collections, such as New South Wales Gaol Inmates & Photos. MyHeritage is also home to important military collections such as the Anzac Memorial records, the Australian World War II Nominal Roll, 1939–1945, and more. Additional documents, such as vital records, newspapers, and government records, can help fill in more details to paint a complete picture of your relatives’ lives.
MyHeritage can help you discover and preserve the stories of your Australian and New Zealander relatives who fought for freedom, or any of your relatives from the region – so seize this excellent research opportunity when the records are free of charge. Usually, a Complete or Data plan is required to view these records, but for a limited time only, you can search and view them for free.
Note that you’ll be asked to create a free MyHeritage account to access these free records.
Who are the heroes in your family? Whether you already remember their names at a dawn service or you have yet to learn their identities, MyHeritage can help you discover and preserve the stories of your Australian and New Zealander relatives who fought for freedom.
Lest we forget.
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