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Who Do You Think You Are?

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Beschreibung

With the next, big ten-part series in 2014, the BBC will be celebrating the 10th anniversary and the 100th episode of Who Do You Think You Are?, providing a fantastic platform for our accompanying, brand-new, easy-to-use guide.The launch of WDYTYA? in 2004 ignited an extraordinary boom in family history in the UK, but in the decade since then the world of genealogy has been transformed. While the sources and information remain the same, the ways of accessing them have multiplied and changed almost beyond recognition, and the team at WDYTYA? exclusively share their experience and expertise in this essential handbook.Drawing on celebrity stories to illustrate and inspire, and providing hints, tips and practical step-by-steps our attractively packaged pocket handbook will bring family history to life for fans of the show, and for any amateur sleuths starting out on their own journey of discovery.

Vorwort
The concise, easy-to-use guide to tracing your family tree, from the hit BBC series that sparked the nation's interest in our family histories.

Autorentext
Dan Waddell is a journalist and author who lives in London. He has written more than twenty works of fiction and non-fiction, including the bestselling guide which accompanied the first series of Who Do You Think You Are? He has also written an award-winning series of crime novels featuring genealogist Nigel Barnes.

Klappentext

With the next, big ten-part series in July 2014, the BBC will be celebrating the 10th anniversary and the 100th episode of Who Do You Think You Are?, providing a fantastic platform for our accompanying, brand-new, easy-to-use guide.

The launch of WDYTYA? in 2004 ignited an extraordinary boom in family history in the UK, but in the decade since then the world of genealogy has been transformed. While the sources and information remain the same, the ways of accessing them have multiplied and changed almost beyond recognition, and the team at WDYTYA? exclusively share their experience and expertise in this essential handbook.

Drawing on celebrity stories to illustrate and inspire, and providing hints, tips and practical step-by-steps our attractively packaged pocket handbook will bring family history to life for fans of the show, and for any amateur sleuths starting out on their own journey of discovery.



Zusammenfassung

Do you know where you came from?

Who Do You Think You Are? has been a BBC hit since its first series in 2004, which ignited an extraordinary boom in researching family history in the UK. Since then, the world of genealogy has transformed and while our sources of information remain the same, our ways of accessing them have multiplied and changed beyond recognition. In this practical, easy-to-use handbook, the WDYTYA? team share their experience and expertise, essential for anyone who would like to discover their family's history.

Drawing on celebrity stories to illustrate and inspire, and providing hints, tips and practical step-by-steps this pocket handbook will bring family history to life for fans of the show, and for any amateur sleuths starting out on their own journey of discovery.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Who Do You Think You Are?
Untertitel: The Genealogy Handbook
Autor:
EAN: 9781448142620
ISBN: 978-1-4481-4262-0
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (epub)
Herausgeber: Bbc
Genre: Sonstiges
Anzahl Seiten: 192
Veröffentlichung: 31.07.2014
Jahr: 2014
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 9.4 MB