Researching Your World War II Ancestors: Part 1 – The Road to War

Michael L. Strauss, AG
Mar 16, 2018
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Introduction
7m 53s
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Civilian Conservation Corps
8m 00s
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National Youth Administration
7m 05s
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Official Personnel Files
9m 18s
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The Road to War
8m 24s
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National Guard
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WWII Draft
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Conclusion
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About this webinar

Part I of our four part series on researching your World War II ancestors is an introduction to the genealogy records for the years immediately preceding the war. It is necessary to go back to the years of the Great Depression to research your ancestors during the war. This lecture includes resources from the New Deal programs including the Civilian Conservation Corps, National Youth Administration along with the Americans who served in the ranks of the Canadian and British military. Part I ends with details about the National Guard and the Selective Service Act of 1940 where the United States prepares for war. 

About the speaker

About the speaker

Michael L. Strauss, AG, an Accredited Genealogist and forensic investigator, is a native of Pennsylvania and a resident of Utah. He holds a BA in History and is a United States Coast Guard veteran. He is a licensed Private Investigator and qualifi
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