If you’re a British “The Telegraph” newspaper reader, you won’t want to miss the Saturday, February 19 and Sunday, February 20, editions for your free “Trace Your Family History” guide and CD-ROM, produced in association with “Who Do You Think You Are?” magazine.

The guide and CD-ROM will teach you the skills you need to discover your family background in 14 days.

“If you have ever put off researching your family history because you feel you do not have the time, then this guide will demonstrate just how much dramatic information you can uncover in a short period.

With so much material online, you will be astonished by what you can learn in a matter of hours once you know where to look. The forgotten facts about your family’s past that you will unearth will undoubtedly give you a taste for further inquiry.

With millions of records now online, the CD-Rom web directory, free inside The Sunday Telegraph, will point you towards the best and most relevant online resources.

The CD-Rom is a complete directory containing more than 1,400 sources to help you take your research further. By grouping websites into themes, the disc will prove invaluable in tracing your family’s past online. It is compatible with PC and Mac systems.”

Click on the link “The Telegraph” to read the article.”

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