Access to Archival Databases (AAD)

This service from The National Archives offers web access to a variety of databases of genealogical interest, mostly military and immigration related. Databases can be searched individually, or as a whole, and records can be viewed for free online.

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What This Free Genealogy Site Includes:

  • Data Files Relating to the Immigration of Russians to the United States
  • Records for Passengers Who Arrived at the Port of New York During the Irish Famine
  • Data Files Relating to the Immigration of Germans to the United States
  • Data Files Relating to the Immigration of Italians to the United States
  • Index to the Gorgas Hospital Mortuary Registers
  • World War II Army Enlistment Records
  • Records of World War II Prisoners of War
  • World War II Prisoners of the Japanese Data Files
  • Records About Japanese Americans Relocated During World War II
  • Records of Duty Locations for Naval Intelligence Personnel
  • Records of Military Personnel Who Died as a Result of Hostilities During the Korean War
  • Records on Korean War Dead and Wounded Army Casualties
  • Records of Repatriated Korean War Prisoners of War
  • Records on Military Personnel Who Died, Were Missing in Action or Prisoners of War as a Result of the Vietnam War
  • Records with Unit Information on Military Personnel Who Died During the Vietnam War
  • Cambodian Friendly Units Files
  • Viet Cong Initiated Incidents Files
  • Records of Awards and Decorations of Honor During the Vietnam War

Research Locations:

This project includes records on immigration to the United States from Russia, Ireland, Germany and Italy and files related to US foreign wars.

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