On this page, I've collected links to other sites related to World War II and veterans' stories. Please feel free to e-mail me with your suggestions for links, or if you have a related site and would like to trade.
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- New! The Battle of Normandy is an excellent page that was submitted to me by the junior librarian at the Jefferson District Library in California. If you are interested in military history, and in this key battle, check it out! And thank you to Maggie and Abby for the suggestion.
- New! WWII Cars, Tanks and Airplanes is another site that came to me through a young person's suggestion--or in this case, a class full of young people. Many thanks to Frank Davis and his high-school students for passing along what he describes as "a great resource article on transportation and battle vehicles used during WWII." I agree, and I greatly appreciate the suggestion!
- New! The Wounded Warrior Project is a non-profit organization that collects funds and helps wounded and disabled veterans to rebuild their lives.
- New! The Blue Star Mothers is another non-profit organization that helps veterans, but this one is made up of the mothers of currently serving American troops or honorably discharged veterans.
- WWII Soldiers' Stories is exactly what it sounds like. The son of a veteran started by collecting and publishing his grandfather's letters to his grandmother, then built this site to showcase other veterans' personal war stories.
- Ronald Tee, author of the book A British Soldier Remembers, appears to no longer maintain a separate website for his stories. But you can find some of his detailed remembrances on the website Veterans Affairs Canada.
- Private Art: A collection of WWII letters to and from the home front.
- The Documentatiegroep '40-'45 is the Dutch society of World War II collectors. Their website is almost entirely in Dutch, but if you read Dutch or want to look at the pictures, drop by!
- Tim Roop maintains a great site about D-Day Maps.
- Dan and Toni Horodysky run a web page for the U.S. Merchant Marine.
- Another site to check out is this one on the Battle of Arnhem, called "The Pegasus Archive". Lots of diaries, photos, unit histories and more.
- Carol Wallace offers personalized videos of war heroes' gravesites in Normandy on her ForgetMeNot website. This is a commercial site, and I haven't used her services, so I am not necessarily endorsing it. If you do work with Carol and want to offer your thoughts, please contact me!
- Forces Reunited is a website based in the U.K. that calls itself "the largest British Armed Forces Community on the web with over a million members!" The website helps reunite veterans with their friends, but it offers much more than just reunion services. Note: I would love to list U.S. reunion websites if anyone would like to submit one/some!
- Visit The History of the 897th and 3562nd Ordnance Heavy Automotive Maintenance Companies, 1941-1945, maintained by the son of a member of the company.
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