Inside History Magazine Issue 13 is out now, and this issue is their “Remembrance and discovery” edition.

In case you haven’t seen any issues of this fabulous mag yet, trust me this magazine is perfect reading material anyone who is passionate about Australian and New Zealand genealogy, history and heritage.

To give you more on what you’ll find in Issue 13 you’ll find:

– In the Q&A section, Sunday Night journalist and author of The Lost Diggers, Ross Coulthart, reveals how he unearthed thousands of glass plate images of Aussie WWI soldiers in France, and the sources that helped him trace the Anzacs’ identities.
– Experts from the Australian War Memorial and the Museum of New Zealand talk us through the process of identifying WWI soldiers through photos.
– In an exclusive, Inside History share the discovery of two Macquarie-era maps charting a lost city in inland New South Wales, believed to lie beneath present-day Bathurst.
– Make exciting discoveries of your own with our guide to findmypast and its new World Collection.
– And you are introduced to a new website from the National Archives of Australia displaying more than 20,000 unidentified photos of post-WWII migrants.
– We sift through Trove to glean snapshots of festive seasons past – discover the customs that may have featured in your ancestors’ celebrations.

And much more – in fact, 74 pages of terrific features, practical information on genealogy, chances to network with other family historians, and book and app reviews and giveaways.

Regular features of the magazine include:
– Postie’s here! (your thoughts, your say)
– Bob’s Your Uncle (Network with other researchers)
– Platform (The latest news and happenings from the history and genealogy world)
– History now (Events on around Australia and New Zealand)
– Guest Society (South East Family History Group)
– How to write a non-boring family history (in part 6 of 6. Hazel Edwards looks at selling your masterpiece)
– What we’re reading (the latest and greatest to hit the shelves)
– One picture … 1000 memories (The story behind a family photo)

And if the spectacular cover isn’t enough to get you interested, and you’d like to check it out further before buying, Inside History even give you a little sneaky peek of it here. Not bad eh!! But trust me, all of the above packed into one magazine guarantees you a great read.

You can buy the printed copies of the magazine from a number of Societies, newsagents and from Inside History directly, or digital editions for your iPad from iTunes, or PC or Android devices from the Android store.