Kees Helder is the webmaster of this site which tells the story of many merchants with thousands of pictures and links to other sites. A well worth visiting
In his superb website Fred Nicolau deals with the history of Parnamirim Field and the seaplane base at Natal know as The Rampa. In a full fledged account with many pictures enclosed, he tells on the famous and most important American Airbase outside the US and the gigantic effort made by the Brazilian allies in a joint effort of patrolling the south Atlantic against the ominous German U-boats.
Willem Van Arendnet conceived this site is a must see one. A wonderful collection of ships as well as an extensive LINK page to a vast array of websites dealing with ships and naval issues.
Michael Pocock is the webmaster of this superb website. With hundreds of historical pictures of World War Two ships, many of them unedited, this is one of the most organized site ever made. A well worth visiting.
Jan Visser has published this unique, unedited, wonderful website focusing the deeds and exploits of the gallant Netherlands Navy in WWII. With hundreds of pictures and text, he provides the naval community with an extraordinary amount of related data along with LINKS to a vast array of websites. A must see address.
A warm welcome to Brian Probetts and his excellent website focusing on the forum with all related issues on the Merchant Navy. A must see address and a safe haven for all those seeking for information regarding the history of the Merchants
Stuart Gill and Chris Broadway have done this remarkable website where they detail the history of Cruiser HMS Dunedin and the ordeal of her crew during the tragic sinking in the waters of the South Atlantic in November 1941. A poignant account on the struggle of the survivors clinging to strings of hope to keep them alive. This work is a timely contribution to keep the flame lit and a poignant tribute to those gallant British sailors.
Tony Westmore has gathered an incredible amount of excellent quality ship's pictures in his website. Very likely to be the most important world source of images of old merchants including most of the two World Wars.
Jerry Mason provides the net with the particular history and fate of hundreds of Uboats. With pictures and detailed reports on the sinkings his website is the most complete and accurate source for one who wish to plunge in depth into U boats history.
Hugh MacLean pays a tribute to all those who perished in the merchant navies during the War. A complete website showing the saga of SS City of Cairo, the merchant where his father served with gallantry. Well worth visiting.
With thousands of pictures of all US Navy ships. Full in details and technicalities of all types of crafts that participated of the WW II.
The safe haven for all the enthusiasts for submarine warfare. Unequalled in quality and quantity of information superbly managed by the indefatigable Icelander Gudmundur Helgason.
Patrick Clancey is the webmaster of this fantastic project. A must see website for all those who quest for a deep dive into the WW II history and hard to find texts and details painstakingly researched. An enormous amount of information formatted from declassified documents.
One most authoritative website on US Navy Destroyers. A must see address for those enthusiasts for WW II
Carlos Mey organized this well conceived website focusing Maritime Archeology, Argentinean and other South American Navies, with a lot of interesting texts and pictures as well. A well worth visiting.