SILVER WAR BADGE CD-ROM Awarded for Services Rendered by Soldiers of the British Army to King and Empire 1914-18 and honourably discharged owing to wounds or sickness. Version 1.0


Any Serviceman, Old Contemptible or from the new Kitchener’s Army, who answered the call in the Great War, survived, but who were discharged from the forces before December 31st 1919 may well be on the rolls of the Silver War Badge. Search them and see!
880,000 Individual servicemen’s badge records compiled from the Roll at The National Archives reference WO329. Covers Soldiers, and some Airmen, Sailors, and Empire recipients. Search by Surname, Badge Number, Unit discharged from, Regimental number, Enlistment & Discharge dates, and whether served Overseas or not. Very detailed two year correction and verification process to clean the database unique to this CD-ROM. The ability to print facsimile “King’s Certificate on Discharge” to those entitled. This is a professionally designed research tool for the serious Great War enthusiast.