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I have a pretty large collection of bookmarks, though not much on armour, so I figured I could give the Links forum a good kickstart by posting them. They're in an eclectic mix, but give me time and I can put them in order...
Directory of U.S. Military Rockets and Missiles
Good directory of US Rockets/Missiles from the post-WW2 era
Austro-Hungarian Land Forces 1848-1918
Pretty much the only site on the web about the A-H Army. Great information.
Combined Arms Research Library
An online index of Theses, Monographs, and Papers from the US Army Command and Staff College at Ft. Leavenworth. I read them for fun!
Not the most in-depth of websites, but it does have some pretty nice large-scale maps to download.
Foreign Military Studies Office
Another website from leavenworth. This one contains articles/papers about OPFOR and the operations of nations not exactly friendly to NATO. It also has some archives of Red Star Thrust, the OPFOR Magazine at the NTC.
Haze Grey and Underway
One of the best naval websites imo. Includes the transcribing of DANFS (Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships)
Uniforms of the Imperial German Colonial Forces 1914-18
Laugh at the drawings all you want, but it's the only place on the web to find images of Schutztruppe uniforms, not to mention a good amount of info on the Schutztruppe itself.
A Website dedicated to the WW1 German Army. *Very* large collection of Pickelhaube information. Make sure to check out his shipbuilding project. Very cool!
A Website dedicated to KMS Bismarck. Excellent large size scale drawings of German Capital ships. Related to this website is...
HMS Hood Association
The HMS Hood Association's website. Like the one on the Bismarck, this one is likewise well-done.
Naval Encyclopedia of World War 2
A pretty expansive website covering the naval aspects of World War 2 with a variety of topics and information.
West Point History Department Maps
Scans of maps for use at the USMA's military history classes. Provides good coverage of America's wars.
Military History Online
I stumbled onto this small site with delusions of grandeur. The articles are quite scholarly, though the range is limited. I think some treadheads here can help them out. It was once the centre for the Battle of Gettysburg, so don't be shocked by the detail of it there.
Imperial Japanese Navy Page
Another popular page, this one about the IJN.
Clausewitz's On War
1873 Translation of the classic
Website with synopses of most of the larger wars in history, not to mention a WW2 tank database.
NavSource:Naval History-Photographic History Of The U.S. Navy
13,000 pictures of US Warships and counting...
The Dreadnought Project
The absolutely coolest website on the web. Not just for the CGI of the Dreadnought, but the 300Mb of ship plans scanned to ther website. A pure gold mine!
German-Helmets.com- The Online Reference Guide to World War II German Helmets 1933-1945
The Russian Battlefield
English website dedicated to the Great Patriotic War
The Russo-Japanese War Historical Society
Self-Explanitory, though it seems a little light on information.
Modern Russian Armour Page
Our Local Soviet/Russian Tank Expert's page
French Fleet Air Arm
English-language Version of an unofficial website dedicated to French Naval Aviation
Another great Missile Reference page, but with missiles from around the world.
Naval Historical Collectors & Research Association
British Naval Research Association
National Defence University Bibliographies
Military Review http://www.leavenwor...rmy.mil/milrev/
Military policy Research-a research site for military periodicals:
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