Have you ever wanted to find out more about someone who died in the Second World War? Or to learn more about those who died from your area?
Our amazing gadget lets you do just that.
It contains the records of more than 600,000 men, women and children from Britain and the Commonwealth who were killed in the deadliest conflict in history.
To use it, type into as many or as few of the search boxes as you like, and then hit 'search'.
For example, you might want to search for everyone with the surname 'Smith'. Or you could search for everyone with the surname 'Smith' and the first name 'John', or first initial 'J'.
You could even search for everyone called 'Smith' from a particular town or city by adding its name into the 'town or city' box.
Press the 'search' button and all the results that match your criteria will be displayed.
You can then view each person's full record, containing details such as their regiment, age, rank and final resting place.
The gadget has been designed to coincide with the 70th anniversary of Victory over Japan (VJ) Day, which effectively ended the Second World War.
This incredibly rich data was kindly supplied to us by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
Its sources for the database were the original notes painstakingly compiled during and after the war.
It has now digitised copies of these original records and is making them available online in full for the first time.