Resources: Occupations – military

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"Geoff's WO 373 Lists"
A naval biographical dictionary: comprising the life and services of every living officer in Her Majesty's navy, from the rank of admiral of the fleet to that of lieutenant, by W. R. Byrne (London: J. Murray, 1849)
An Cosantóir: official magazine of the Irish Defence Forces
The VC and DSO, Vol. 1, edited by The Late Sir O'Moore Creagh and E. M. Humphris (London: The Standard Art Book Co.) [An OCR version]
The VC and DSO, Vol. 2 [DSO to 1915], edited by The Late Sir O'Moore Creagh and E.M. Humphris (London: The Standard Art Book Co.) [An OCR version]
The VC and DSO, Vol. 3 [DSO from 1916], edited by The Late Sir O'Moore Creagh and E.M. Humphris (London: The Standard Art Book Co.) [An OCR version]
Bureau of Military History 1913-1921
CLIP: Crew List Indexing Project
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC)
Crew lists of the British Merchant Navy - 1915
Irish Army Census, 1922
Irish Military History Online
Irish Shipwrecks
Irish War Memorials
Irish War Memorials
Kerry's World War I Dead [hosted by Kerry County Library service]
Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives
Lives of the First World War [free to search]
Mariners
Maritime History Archive
Midleton Women in Cumann na mBan: A Complete List
North East Medals: Medals of the regiments [a dealer's site but with a useful database of military medals]
Online Military Indexes and Records
Royal Artillery Records of Service and Papers, Ordnance Office and War Office (The National Archives, reference WO 69)
Royal Flying Corps: data website
Royal New Zealand Fencible Corps: Index
shipindex.org - Index to Ships in books
The Asplin Military History Resources: various materials and information that may be of interest to the Victorian military historian and researcher, including transcripts etc.
Through Mighty Seas: merchant sailing ships of the NW of England
UK and Ireland: Merchant Marine
World War II: Unit histories and officers

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