Anglia Research recognised in Parliamentary Review

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We are proud to announce that Anglia Research features in this year’s Parliamentary Review, as a “best practice representative” for 2019.

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Anglia Research funds history prize at University of Suffolk

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Anglia Research turns forty this year and to mark the occasion we’re funding a new history prize for the University of Suffolk. Managing director Peter Turvey explains.

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A name for an unknown soldier

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When the BBC announced an appeal to trace the relatives of a British soldier killed in Italy during World War 2, Eileen Butcher stepped up to the challenge. Here she reports on the work of the Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre, which seeks to identify unknown soldiers.

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Finding next of kin for SAS men of WW2

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The clandestine nature of Special Air Service (SAS) operations means that despite the unit’s prominent role in modern military history, the individuals involved are often forgotten. In this article, Anglia Research’s Carl Bargh discusses a remarkable 13-year project to commemorate the lives and deaths of the SAS casualties of World War Two.

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Fake copies of our website made us disappear from Google search

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Our web developer Gary Robertson reports on a little known black hat technique repurposed to attack the Anglia Research website. He argues that the ease with which bad players can hide their identities means that this technique represents a potential threat to all businesses, and he provides suggestions on how to protect yourself from the horror of a ‘copy and click-farm’ attack.

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