........ possibly. Last week I received a discount voucher for one page of the 1939 Register. Maybe because I complained to them so vehemently about the cost (it was certainly one of the most blunt emails I've ever written). Or maybe not.
But I decided to use it anyway. And, after a fair amount of thought to decide who would give me the best return, I settled on my paternal grandfather and his (new) family. Despite a number of searches for the lady by her name, I was only finally able to find her by narrowing the search to her year of birth.
Only to find her listed with her full name. With their daughters. But not my grandfather!
And, when I looked at the original entry, there was a note "See Page 12". Not knowing what page I was on nor, indeed, how to find another page I surmised that a lot more money was involved and I decided not to pursue it further.
NB. Trying to apply my discount was a nightmare and took about 15 minutes "online chat" to get it all sorted out.
Overall I think I can safely say that I am considerably underwhelmed by the publication of the 1939 Register. Perhaps when the owners decide to stop putting barriers in our way.....