A list of Military,
and other related Links.
This includes wargames, whether board game or otherwise, it's military related.
Scott Hamilton is the creator and owner of The Aerodrome.com (http://www.theaerodrome.com).
So far as I know, the most extensive site on the World Wide Web that covers
aerial combat in WWI. His site is also the home of a very popular forum,
also dealing (mostly) with WWI aerial combat, the planes, the countries and the
people who flew them. On April 21, 1999, a bunch of us "Forumites"
had donated by money, led by Bob Zolad, presented Scott with "The Aerodrome
Pour le Merite." It was just our way of saying "Thank You
Scott" for all the hard work he put into his site.
BiPlane Aces of World War II
The War Amps of Canada is a charitable organization that has existed since 1918. It's original purpose was to help returning war amputees adjust to society, and learn to cope with the problems and prejudices presented to them as a result of their disabling injuries. It has since grown to also add Child Amputees as well. Click on the banner above to visit their website. Please help them out in any way you can.
CANUCK at www.canadiansoldiers.com is the largest and most comprehensive source, online or off, regarding the unifoms, traditions, and insignia of Canadian soldiers in the 20th Century. Over 4,000 images on 200+ pages dealing with history, equipment, literature and more are presented here for students of history, re-enactors, modellers, gamers, serious researchers and anyone interested in the Canadian Army between 1900 and 1999. Serious contributions to site content, such as information, photos, or anecdotes, are welcomed and will be fully credited. This site is proud to be a member of the small but growing community of those interested in this diverse and important subject area.
(Yeah, I took it from their page, but they said it better than I could!! A.L.)
Canada At War
is a place to check out. Specially if you are looking for books about Canada At War! For some silly reason, many people think that only the Germans, Americans, and Japanese fought in WWII. Well, hey, guess what!! So did a lot of other people, including Canada!!!! And Canada had an even bigger commitment in WWI than the US did!! I'll bet you didn't know that!!! Anyway, click on the banner and check it out!!
Clicking on the banner above will take you to the Air Force Historical Research Agency Web site. This is most usful for anyone researching just about any American fighter ace. They have an extensive list of American aces that I have found very handy.
The Aerodrome is all about the aircraft and fighter Aces of World War I. They have the most comprehensive list of WWI Fighter Aces I have seen so far. And there is a forum there where you can post messages on topics such as your favorite ace, or aircraft or ask other questions that you've always wanted to know, such as WHO really shot down the Red Baron!! Check it out, just click on the icon!!
Clicking on the image above will take you to the Indy Squadron home page. The Indy Squadron is a group of people who like to play Mike Carr's Dawn Patrol. A WWI flight simulator board game. Until the advent of computer games, this was the only way to really simulate aerial combat.
The Victoria Cross Reference Web Site is closed. I understand that all the articles they had are now found on Wikipedia.
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Created: May 18, 2001
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