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Arnhem Related Websites

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The Airborne Soldier - A site with a lot of information from veterans and archives on the Battle of Arnhem from a British Airborne Point of View. It also has an active and useful forum to ask questions regarding the Battle.
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The Arnhem Battle Research Group - A site created by some researchers who are working on a number of projects to promote the British and Polish Involvement during the Battle of Arnhem. It also has an active and useful forum to ask questions regarding the Battle.
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The Battle of Arnhem Archive - A site that is not limited to just Arnhem but covers Operation Market Garden as well from both side. Some great information to be found here.
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Market Garden - One of the best websites on this subject around - you can not go past this site. It has an enormous amount of information on most subjects. It has Rolls of Honour on the Allied Soldiers that fought during Operation Market Garden. Very professional site and worth visiting.
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Nederlanders in de Waffen-SS - A site about the Dutch SS during World War II. Has some great information on the Dutch SS involvement during the Battle of Arnhem.
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The Museum shows the course of events during the Battle of Arnhem. It took place in September 1944 and covered the area if the centre of Arnhem to Ede. The 'Battle for the Rhine Bridge' was part of the operation 'Market Garden'. British, American and Polish airborne forces were to capture the bridges over rivers and waterways from the Belgian border to Arnhem.
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WWII Related Websites
This online reference site is a fantastic source of information regarding all aspects of the German Wehrmacht. It contains useful information on Units, Weapons and Uniforms, Army training schools, documents and paperwork and lots more.
   
A great site with information on German Air Aces during WWII. This site has further information on some of the German fighter pilots that fought over Holland during Operation 'Market Garden'.
   
Die Sturmartillerie is a site (in German) dedicated to German Assault Gun units during World War II.
   
Führerliste der Waffen-SS is a book on CD representing over 20 years of research. It highlights the careers of approximately 26,000 officers of the Waffen-SS and their fates. Much of the information was obtained from their actual personnel records contained on 907 rolls of microfilm in the author's possession, 40 Kriegstagbuchs and other wartime documents. A number of former Waffen-SS officers representing most specialties and divisions have reviewed this list for correctness and have also contributed substantial information. Text portions are in both English and German
   
A new magazine focusing on the German Army during WWII. Great articles inside and a lot of positive comments. A magazine I have been waiting for, for a long time!
WWII Discussion Forums
Wehrmacht-Awards.com forum has topics that include but are not limited to general awards/badges history, tinnies, firearms, helmets, personality items, uniforms, and military units.  Also acceptable are discussions on dealers, books, shows, and reproductions.
   
Read and post messages regarding the German Armed Forces in a series of different forum sections.
   

 

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