Digitization of the Canadian Expeditionary Force Personnel Service Files – Update of November 2014

As of today, 78,914 of 640,000 files are available online via our Soldiers of the First World War: 1914–1918 database.

6 thoughts on “Digitization of the Canadian Expeditionary Force Personnel Service Files – Update of November 2014

  1. Like Diane I am very appreciative of the effort being put forth, but wish it could happen quicker. Especially now with this being an anniversary year for WW1. However, I do understand the limitations. Hard enough to get the Government to fund our Veterans properly, let alone funding this project.

  2. I, like many others, cannot thank you enough for the effort involved in this major project.

    Can you tell me the criteria for the ongoing digitization? I see that A-B appears to be finished, will you be continuing in alphabetical order throughout the project, or working backwards from Z, or another system in plac?

      • Thank you for your swift reply, much appreciated.

        In my browsing I’ve stumbled across a misfiled page, and am not sure how to report it, The file for Private Charles Brooker, Service Number 721245, contains a page that belongs to one Arthur Grayson Brooker, Service Number 2771168.

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