If you need research done on WW2 soldiers or units, we highly recomend:

GOLDEN ARROW RESEARCH

 

A Place for Military Collectors and Military Historians

Just stuff I like, and People I buy from...

WPG link

 

Home of:

Jon's Green Stuff Blog

Finding Your Fathers War

AMEXFORCE: The American Soldier in World War One

 
The Americans In Brittany

Spearheading D-day

Ghosts of the ETO

Finding Your Father's War

The only English language work covering the entire Brittany Campaign.  Think it was only a sideshow? Think again.

 Spearheading D-Day is considered by many to be one of the best books on D-day ever written. If you have any interest in this event you just have to take a look at it.

Considered THE best history of the American Tactical/Operational Deception units in the ETO by the unit veterans. Covers each top secret operation in detail. 

Trying to trace someone's WW2 Army service? Want to know what dad (or granddad) did in the great World War Two? This book will help you not only to find records, but to understand what those records mean.
 

 

Our list of Militaria Collector's Organizations and Clubs and stuff like that

 ASMIC

AAMUC

OMSA
U.S. Militaria Forum
The best place to talk about US Military Stuff

Select Militaria Dealers:

history at reenactor.Net, Reenacting, around the world! reenactor.Net, the online home of historical reenacting and living history!

and for Reproductions to reenact with.......

   

  Schipperfabrik: The very best in WW1 reproductions (Belgium, British, German, etc.) as  well the oddball 1940 stuff no one else makes (Polish, Dutch, French, etc.  

Links to other Military History sites

U.S. Government Military History Orgs

CMH ...The Army Center For Military History AHEC  Army Heritage and Education Center  (Carlisle)
The Navy Historical Center The Institute of Heraldry
National Army Museum The National Marine Corps Museum

 

Other Stuff!

Some very good WW1 U.S. Army material at the Doughboy Center
 Les Hughes' insigne.org for insignia collectors
The LST Association Page has brought a WW2 LST home as a museum

Info on WW2 military medicine at American Military Medical Impression, Inc.

Mark Bando's 101st A/B site  
The WW2 M1 Helmet

 

WW2 Combat Medics Info on WW2 Dummy Paratroopers
The one, the only - HankCo 1942

Relic Stuff

Look at some Dug up relics! Dug up Buckles  The War Relics Forum
My favorite Stalingrad site a nice Guadalcanal site a wonderful 'Verdun Today' site

 

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