The Army Air Corps Library and Museum has a number of projects one is the transcription and creation of extracts from official military documents. This page quantifies the number of military servicemen personnel that enlisted in World War II in Canada. The results are grouped by County, a method of consolidating research and collating data that is typical of history recordings and genealogical research. We have published this data on a variety of websites organized by the overseas combat unit where the serviceman served.
Genealogist Research Tools: If you are searching for ancestors or the history of a county, this database of military personnel records and factoids will aid your research.
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