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Features a British focus on World War II memories and diaries. Links to other WWII sites.

An online book of an army career from a lowly private to a staff officer in the British Army of the Rhine.

Executive Order 9066, the Minidoka Relocation Center, population, terms, and images.

Topic threads include general discussion of the war, research guides, weapons, books and publications, theaters of operations, alternate history, and related recreational activities.

The Grenadier Regiment 916 and its opposition to the D-Day landings on June 6, 1944 in Normandy, France, including trips and tours to different historical military locations.

Information on daily operations of all parts of the German Wehrmacht, uniforms, ranks, unit emblems, Orders of battle, and Gliederungen with photos and images.

Submarine history with major emphasis on German U-Boats.

A complete history of the boat and its crews, pre-war and wartime cruises, prisoners of war, and post-war reunions.

Biographies, ship details, pictures, and information on bases and equipment including a forum.

Contains information on the USNTS Sampson Veterans Association.

Destroyer Escort from WWII. Photos, history, stories, reunion info.

History and crew roster of Farragut-class U.S. Navy destroyer that sank off Amchitka Island in the Aleutians in January 1943. Includes personal accounts and Pearl Harbor after-action report.

Commemorates 982 refugees brought from Europe to Oswego, N.Y. Provides details of the voyage, list of refugees, and audio accounts from the refugees themselves.

Tribute to Patrick L. Finelli, a USMC WWII veteran who served at Peleliu, Yap and Ulithi with an underwater demolition team. Includes first-person narrative of wartime experiences and links to general information about Peleliu.

Personal correspondence, regimental and personal documents, and galleries of photographs.

Includes letters, photographs and audio memories of the women of the American Red Cross Clubmobile "Geronimo".

Memoir of a Canadian Coastal Command pilot involved is anti-shipping and anti-submarine warfare. Also includes action photos of U-Boats sunk and the one that got away.

A personal account of by Harold F. Plank who fought on many battlefronts including Pointe du Hoc on D-day and the Battle of the Bulge.

Galleries of photos and maps taken by and/or showing German military units. Collections include North Africa, Russian Front, Rommel, and von Ribbentrop.

Biography and photos of this Purple Heart recipient.

Narrative of the battle of Saipan from the point of view of a Seabee who was there. Articles by others who served during WWII. Includes pictures of Saipan from 1944 and 1996 and references for those searching for records of relatives who served in WWII.

Commemorates the Czech village Lidice, its destruction, and the massacre of its population on June 10, 1942, by German forces. Includes history, background, and information for visitors to the memorial site.

Drawings and general information about the Anglo-American trucks delivered to the Soviet Union.

Information and pictures of tanks and other armored vehicles organized by country of origin. Includes a download section, forum, links directory and postcards.

A study of the V1 flying Bomb and V2 Rocket attacks on London.Includes complete incident logs detailing damage and casualties for many areas of South London

Official reports, news articles, and photos of manmade disasters, including airline crashes and military mishaps.

On December 1, 1958, Our Lady of the Angels school in Chicago caught fire, killing 92 children and 3 nuns. Contains photos and information about this tragic fire, its victims and survivors.

Offers an annual prize for an essay on voyages, history of exploration, navigation, nautical travels, maritime history, and geographical discovery.

Encyclical issued by Pope Leo XIII on the occasion of the Columbus Quadricentennial, in 1892. Paints the explorer as an exemplary Catholic motivated by a desire to advance the Christian faith.

"A society for everyone interested in James Cook." Publications, articles, biography, and related links.