The Forgotten Times Issue 2 Available Now

Back in December 2012 I advised you about the first edition of The Forgotten Times magazine, which was a brand new, free genealogy and history magazine.
Now I have the pleasure of advising you that Issue 2 of The Forgotten Times is now available, it is online, and it is still FREE.
The publisher writes “… here is our next edition which is packed with some stories worth reading. This new magazine is to be released bi-monthly, and good news for everyone, is that The Forgotten Times will remain free. We are now asking you to register as a reader (it’s not compulsory) but will help keep our advertisers happy – the only email we will send you will be to let you know when the next edition is available.”

This edition includes the first of a six-part series with expert tips on how to trace your family tree. You asked for more genealogy, so that’s a start.

Here’s just some of great features in Issue 2:
  – Getting started in genealogy  (part 1 of a 6 part series)
  – Why a street in Holland has just been named after an Australian pilot
A moving letter home from an early gold prospector
  – The Aussie cossie swimwear revolution of the 1930s
  – The Yesterwords history crossword and quiz

If you are currently tracing your family tree or are involved in a piece of genealogy research the editors of The Forgotten Times magazine would love to hear from you. Passing your story on to others may help them but could also throw up a missing link in your own family tree. Because the magazine is free, and downloaded, you never just never know who might find your story.

The list of expert contributors to  the magazine continues to grow and now includes, Christine Yeats, Australian History Society; Zoe D’Arcy, National Archives of Australia, Australian National Maritime Museum with more to come…

Check out Issue 2 of  The Forgotten Times magazine now.

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