Or even better, you may want to take a look at a series of newsletters they have been creating at irregular intervals that is geared for the National Archives researcher. The most recent newsletter publication date is May 2015. A couple of the prior ones were published in July 2014. Hence the term “irregularly” published. You can submit your email to them and subscribe to receive the issues when they are published.
The inaugural newsletter started in 2006.
They seem to be published less frequently in the most recent years than they were when first started. There is one for 2015, one for 2014, and before 2014 there often were 3 to 4 per year.
The size of the newsletter also varies in size. Some are in the 12 page range. Some have been as much as 24 pages.
So publication intervals varies as does size of the newsletter itself.
I think it is worth making you aware of this resource so that you simply become more knowledgeable about using the National Archives materials in a more effective manner to advance your own research. Their newsletter is a very good vehicle for you to become aware of key National Archives developments.
You can reach the newsletter page of the National Archives at:
Check out the newsletters that are currently online. Learn a lot more about the National Archives.
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