Your first steps in genealogy research: where to start, using free on-line records, making choices about which paid-for resources to use, organising your findings, family history software, working with accuracy, keeping track of your work.
Additional free and paid-for on-line resources available to move your research further forward. Using the National Archives and local archives. The importance of systematic record keeping. Considering a one-name study.
Working with the available British military records when researching in the 19th Century, the World War 1 period and post 1920. Using a combination of on-line records and records at the National Archives to further your research.