World War II Tributes
I've had my fill of Hitler. These conferences called by a ringing of a bell are not to my liking; the bell is rung when people call their servants. And besides, what kind of conferences are these? For five hours I am forced to listen to a monologue which is quite fruitless and boring. - Benito Mussolini, Fascist Dictator (To his son in law on June 10th, 1941)

Remember those who Sacrificed all!

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WWII Links
Below are some links relevant to the men whose service in World War II is spotlighted on this site.

E.W. Crosby (my grandfather)

Harold T. Holley (my wife's grandfather)

General WWII Links
  • Register a WWII Veteran/Honoree | Search for a WWII Veteran/Honoree - This is the official site for the National WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C. They maintain an online WWII Registry of Remembrances where veterans and/or their family may add their name, contact information, and a bit about the veteran.

  • World War II: Documents - This is an enormous collection of documents relating to WWII and compiled as part of the Avalon Project at Yale University. They have documents ranging from the German Surrender documents to War Trade Between Switzerland and the Axis Powers.

  • Wikipedia: World War II - This is Wikipedia's entry for World War II from which an enormous wealth of information can be found about all aspects of the Second World War.

  • Second World War Encyclopaedia - Published by a British school (so the spelling is English), this site contains a good deal of information on various topics of WWII such as a large listing of profiles on each countries' war leaders. Unfortunately, this site also has several dead links and may no longer be actively maintained.

  • World War II Timeline - Going back as far as World War I, this is a history professor's very nice timeline of major events in, and leading up to, World War II.

  • World War 2 History - A site featuring a large amount of multimedia sources, such as images, posters, clippings, for viewing.

General History Links
  • The War Times Journal - Free access on-line magazine covering all periods of military history.

  • Society for Military History - Devoted to stimulating and advancing the study of military history in the United States. Site describes publications, membership information, conferences, leadership, and SMH-sponsored awards and prizes.