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First World War.Com  MOST VISITED
Description: This website strives to provide a general overview of the First World War. At present just a couple of a years in the making the site is inevitably sketchy (or plain bare) in places. Hopefully glaring omissions will be corrected over time as the site develops and expands. L
Added on: 02-NOV-2002 Hits: 5894
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British 7th Armoured Division  MOST VISITED
Description: This website is dedicated to all those who served in this unit and proudly wore the Jerboa shoulder flash. It's aim is to provide a point of reference for those who might be interested in the history of this division, the various regiments that served in it and the many actions it fought. L
Added on: 20-DEC-2002 Hits: 7275
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Long Range Desert Group (LRDG) Preservation S  MOST VISITED
Description: Mission Statement of the LRDG Preservation Society: To learn as much as possible about the unit, the men in it and the equipment they used. Then to share that information with all whom wish to learn. To that end this group has built a replica of a classic WWII LRDG truck (1942 Canadian Chevy, right hand drive, India format) and outfitted it with "historically correct" military equipment, gear, provisions, and uniforms. The vehicle was built by Rick Butler in Yreka California from several vintage trucks and parts from around the world. Converting a left hand drive vehicle to right hand drive was one of many challenges. The LRDG Preservation Society is the inspiration of Jack Valenti who is the chief historian, coordinator of equipment and artifact procurement and show organizer. The truck is displayed several times a year throughout the California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington areas and staffed by "LRDG clad" volunteers. This is a non-profit organization that survives through its volunteers whom donate equipment, historical information, time and money. Our society includes LRDG enthusiasts from countries like England, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Portugal, South Africa and more. L
Added on: 27-APR-2003 Hits: 4342
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The Dough Boy Center  MOST VISITED
Description: History of the US Army in WWI L
Added on: 26-JUL-2003 Hits: 5159
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Battle of Kursk  MOST VISITED
Description: Site of the Battle of Kursk L
Added on: 26-JUL-2003 Hits: 9293
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Hyperwar Hypertext History of WWII  MOST VISITED
Description: A collection of material related to the (primarily military) history of the Second World War, completely cross-referenced via hypertext links and enhanced, where appropriate, by various multi-media computer technologies, such as sound, movies, Java applets, etc. L
Added on: 23-AUG-2008 Hits: 5460
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The First Special Service Force  MOST VISITED
Description: This new site is setting out to document and honour the men of the First special service force. An elite force of Canadian and American soldiers. L
Added on: 23-JAN-2004 Hits: 3502
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Normandie Memoire  MOST VISITED
Description: A very unique site about the Normandy Invasion that needs to be seen. L
Added on: 07-FEB-2004 Hits: 3018
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Omaha Beachhead  MOST VISITED
Description: A nice account of the D-Day Invasion -Omaha Beachhead L
Added on: 06-APR-2004 Hits: 3085
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Official U.S. Army History Online Books  MOST VISITED
Description: This is the US Army's Official online historical accounts. Very interesting L
Added on: 06-APR-2004 Hits: 3714
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