Discussion in 'Military History' started by Otto, Dec 19, 2004.
That's an interesting link!
Interesting find. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Hucks. This goes into my bookmarks for further examination later.
Thanks Hucks, I too put it in a fave file and will spend some time on there later. I'm going to have to start a batch of "new folders" inside my WW2 ref. file, it is getting sort of confusing and cluttered.
I'm not too sure what the previous poster actually said (post #15 August 5th 2009), but thought this was an interesting thread with good links.
Here's a couple of new ones to keep the thread fresh-
Britain's military actions since 1945
Britains Small Wars
A general history of war
History of War Online - World War two, World War One, Civil War
And for the Mediaevalists-
De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History
This is the official DOD site (in 'pdf' format), of casualties for OIF and OEF. It is strictly a chart with total casualties to date.
For daily updates of casualties and pertinent information go to:
Defense.gov News: News Releases
A National Boer War Memorial for Australia
The hell of Douaumont
Københavns befæstning 1880-1920
Spanish civil war fortifications
Military Archives Research-
Military Archive Research - Home
I'll be keeping an eye on this one-
key.Aero, Historic Aviation News
The Western Front Association: dedicated to the study of The Great War 1914-18. explore | learn | share
Petrovaradin Fortress in Serbia
Welcome - Petrovaradin fortress - Official presentation of the researcher and inventor Veljko Milkovic
The Fortress Study Group
Fortress Study Group - Home
I found this site on abandoned Russian coastal defences.
English Russia » An Abandoned Coastline Defense Canon Battery
Wonder how much a day trip to Russia costs?
Found this link on my travels-
A Catalogue of UK Airfields
I don't think it's been posted before.
This site has a lot of genuine combat footage from various conflicts-
War Movies Military Videos Rare War Footage Films
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission-
:: CWGC ::
Probably of more interest to some stateside rogues, this is a cornucopia of info about artillery used in the Civil War-
Civil War Artillery Projectiles, Cannon, Artillery, Fuses, Cannonballs, Shells, and Artillery.
Although I'm not too sure what consitutes a "World War" there are some interesting things in here. The posters for joining the German Army for occupied countries I hadn't seen before.
Anyhow hope you enjoy it.
All World Wars
There's a lot of first-class stuff there, ken. Thanks for sharing.