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Worldwar II: country related info 
Australia @ war
Australians at War On 3 September 1939 Prime Minister Robert Gordon Menzies announced the beginning of Australia's involvement in the Second World War on every national and commercial radio station in Australia
Holland under the third reich
US: marine raiders
Mussolini and Ethiopia
Nederlandse Waffen SS de geschiedenis van de Nederlandse vrijwilligers in de Duitse Waffen-SS, in Dutch
Norway and World War II
Norway during WWII
Norway in World War II the struggle of Norway in the spring of 1940. A campaign famous for the daring German assault over enemy controlled sea, Allied indecision, Norwegian failure and the traitor Quisling
Partisan resistance in Belarus during the WWII
Romanian army in World War II Romanian army in World War II
information on all aspects of Germany and her allies during world war II
World War II armed forces: orders of battle and organizations
World war II: the internment of German American civilians
World war II: the war against Germany and Italy North African campaign, november 1942-May 1943, Tunisia campaign, Sicily campaign, July-August 1943, surrender of Italy, Italian campaign, september 1943-may 1945, cross channel attack, invasion of southern France, Ardennes counteroffensive, Russian campaigns
World war 2 in Yugoslavia ustashe, NDH, Partisans, Partizani, Tito, Pavelic, Draza Mihajlovic, Prinz Eugen, Handschar, Kama, SS Waffen Gebirgs Division, Jugoslovensko Kraljevsko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo
World War II in Ukraine the Ukrainian experience in World War II with a brief survey of Ukraine's population loss of 10 million
Worldwar II: Belgium 
Baron Jean de Sélys-Longchamps sterke, ongewone en minder bekende waargebeurde feiten en verhalen uit de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Over het Verzet, de Collaboratie, Ware Helden, Holocaust, Hitlers Beulen, Het Waanzinnige Derde Rijk en de Nieuwe Orde van vroeger tot op heden, in Dutch, een tip
Belgium a Belgian family's story from John Clinch
Worldwar II: Britain 
British army 1939 - 1945
British expeditionary force
British secret service agents & organizations
Codes and ciphers in the second world war
Commonwealth order of battle
Land forces of Britain land forces of the British Empire and Commonwealth
Wartime Orkney a survey of wartime wrecks & relics around the Isles of Orkney, including Anti-Aircraft batteries, old airfields, memorials and blockships
World war 2: pillboxes and invasion defences in the UK in 1940 a network of defences was hastily built all over the British Isles to prevent an anticipated German invasion. Sited at road junctions, canals and other strategic points these constructions were called "pillboxes"
Worldwar II: Canada 
Canada and the second world war
Canadian army overseas in WW2
Canada at war: the valour and the horror
Worldwar II: Finland-Suomi 
Antti's war photo gallery a tip
Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim
File of fallen soldiers during the Second World War in Finland (1939-1945)
Finland before world war 2
Finland in WWII
Finland: world war II in Finland
The Mannerheim line
Pictures from winter war
The Finnish winter war
The white death: the battle for Suomussalmi
The winter war 1939-1940
Winter war
Worldwar II: France 
1944: an allied team with the French resistance
Center for the history of the resistance and deportation
France during worldwar II
French army
French army
French resistance
La France sous l'occupation en Français
Liberation of Northern France
Liberation of Southern France the Allied invasion of southern France in the late summer of 1944, an operation first code-named ANVIL and later DRAGOON, marked the beginning of one of the most successful but controversial campaigns of World War II
Lost in France
Vichy law and the Holocaust in France
Worldwar II: German 
2nd S.S. panzer division 'DAS REICH' one of the most important divisions in the Waffen SS. This page examines all aspects of Das Reich, unit histories, personalities, order of battle, commanders, and the atrocities that were committed
Berlin wall life and death of the Berlin wall
Berlin wall
Die wehrmacht
Der Anschluss March 12, 1938 - Hitler occupies Austria German Armed Forces from 1919 to 1945, the history of the German military during the most tumultuous period in recent history, a tip
German armed forces 1919 - 1945
German propaganda archive collection of English translations of propaganda material from Nazi Germany and the German Democratic Republic
Germany during world war two
Hindenburg disaster may 6th 1937, 7 pm
Hitler's Germany
National socialism and World War II: primary documents
Nazi and East German propaganda
Nazi olympics: Berlin 1936
Nazi-Soviet relations, 1939-1941: documents from the archives of the German foreign office
NSDAP Die Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei
NSDAP National Socialist German labour party
SS ranks and equivalents
SS Schutzstaffel
Sturm abteilung (SA): Hitler's private army in 1921 Adolf Hitler formed his own private army called Sturm Abteilung (Storm Section). The SA (also known as stormtroopers or brownshirts) were instructed to disrupt the meetings of political opponents and to protect Hitler from revenge attacks
Third Reich in ruins photos of historical sites associated with Germany’s Third Reich (1933-1945), both as they appeared while in use, and as the remains appear today
Virtual library history - Third Reich and World War II
Waffen SS in pictures
Waffen-SS order of battle website website about the Waffen-SS, the fourth branch of WWII Nazi Germany's armed forces
Weimar Republic Wolfgang Kapp was an extreme nationalist who hated the German government for signing the Treaty of Versailles, ...
Weimar Republic
Worldwar II: Italy 
Fascism in Italy in 1918 Benito Mussolini was one of thousands of Italian soldiers who had returned from the fighting during the First World War. In October 1922 he became prime minister of Italy, and from 1925 ruled as a dictator
Italian army
Italian campaign
Italy at war documentation of the Italian political and military actions of World War two, Mussolini, tanks, aircrafts and ship descriptions
Rome arno 1944
Worldwar II: Japan 
Battling bastards of Bataan the men who died at camp O'Donnell, between april 24 to June 6, 1942, while prisoners of the Japanese
Burma the men and women who fought and served in the Burma campaign against the Japanese during 1941-1945
Canadians in Asia 1941-1945
Days after the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki one more city was bombed
In hell there is a place called death's railway river Kwai
Japan and worldwar II
Japan at war, 1931-1945
Japanese army
Japan capitulates: initial occupation of Japan
Navajo code talkers the Navajo code talkers took part in every assault the U.S. marines conducted in the Pacific from 1942 to 1945. They served in all six marine divisions, marine raider battalions and Marine parachute units, transmitting messages by telephone and radio in their native language -- a code that the Japanese never broke
Timeline of Pacific war
WWII: the war against Japan Japan entered World War II with limited aims and with the intention of fighting a limited war. Its principal objectives were to secure the resources of Southeast Asia and much of China and to establish a "Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere" under Japanese hegemony
Worldwar II: Poland 
History of Poland on September 1st., 1939, 1.8 million German troops invaded Poland on three fronts; East Prussia in the north, Germany in the west and Slovakia in the south. They had 2600 tanks against the Polish 180, and over 2000 aircraft against the Polish 420. Their "Blitzkrieg" tactics, coupled with their bombing of defenceless towns and refugees, had never been seen before and, at first, caught the Poles off-guard. By September 14th. Warsaw was surrounded
Hitler's plans for Eastern Europe
Invasion of Poland on Friday, September 1st of 1939, Germany invaded Poland after long-term political crises. German invasion began with an air raid on undefended city of Wielun at 4:40am
Nazi occupation of Poland
Poland timeline 1918-52 is dedicated to the men and women who escaped from Poland to fight in World War II
Polish campaign and world war II
Polish partisans fight Nazis the failed September campaign in 1939 and the division of Poland into two occupied zones, German and Soviet, did not break the will of the Polish people to continue its fight for freedom
Polish september campaign 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland (1939) The 1939 Soviet invasion of Poland was a military operation that started without a formal declaration of war on 17 September 1939, during the early stages of World War II, sixteen days after the beginning of the Nazi German attack on Poland
The Russian civil war and the Russo-Polish war
World at war: Poland timeline 1918-52 Poland in federation with Lithuania was a pre-eminent Central European power during the latter middle ages. Poles formed a bulwark for western Christianity against the encroachments of the Mongols, Tartars, Islam and Orthodoxy
Worldwar II: Russia 
Red army
Russian battlefield & Russian weapons Russian battlefield & Russian weapons, tanks, artillery, battles
Russian campaign 1941-1945: a photo diary
Russian front this site contains graphic images and accounts of the realities and horrors of war
Russian soldiers at war contains original interviews and oral stories of Soviet veterans who fought the second world war
Soviet Army (RKKA) in World War II the aim of this project is to provide information to the English-speaking community about the role of the Soviet Army (RKKA) in World War II and to provide you with translated information from the Eastern side
Soviet Union factbook 1917-1989
Stalin's Russia
World war II in Ukraine the Ukrainian experience in World War II with a Brief Survey of Ukraine's population loss of 10 million

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