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A Comprehensive List of Resources for the World War II Project

Contents

Allied Powers

United States

Great Britain

  • "The Civilian War Dead Roll of Honour 1939-1945" book is made up 66,375 fatalities in seven volumes. All arranged by county, then local government area. The original volumes are kept at St. George’s Chapel, found at the west end of Westminster Abbey, London, England.

Soviet Union

China

France

Poland

Canada

Australia

Axis Powers

Germany

Japan

Italy

Women of World War II

  • Woman at War- This website examines the important role played by women in the war and includes biographies of twenty secret agents, twenty women involved in the anti-Nazi resistance movement in Europe and twelve women who risked their lives as war reporters
  • Women Spies of the OSS

Spies





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Flags of World War II
Flags of World War II

Patto Tripartito
Patto Tripartito

A British poster from 1941, promoting the greater alliance against Germany.
A British poster from 1941, promoting the greater alliance against Germany.

Collaboration

On 7 Jul 2018 at 22:12 GMT T (Bowling) C wrote:

I've already been asked to remove my project from World History. My project/space is on the Blitz during WWII - concentrating on Cardiff. Is there anywhere this can be categorised? https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Cardiff_Blitz or do I leave it as it is?

On 17 Feb 2018 at 09:44 GMT Jon P. Czarowitz wrote:

Paula

I need help on US Air Force WWI I for MaJor Gilbert Paul Hempel Template. (Hempel-157) or check my Family Act Feed. Please help me out. Jon Czarowitz (Czarowitz-1)

On 4 Feb 2017 at 16:28 GMT Karl Eriksen wrote:

Hi.

Just joined this site. My plans is to start a subgroup which will be focused on those who served as volunteers for Germany during WW-2. There was many of them........

IT WILL NOT INCLUDE MEMBERS FOR POLITICAL REASONS/MEANINGS. THIS IS HISTORICAL RESEARCH.

Hang on, and feel free to contact me.

Regards. Karl.

On 1 Dec 2015 at 12:40 GMT Paula J wrote:

Thanks. Terry!!! Much better!!