Record of the Auxiliary Units 1940 - 1944
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Sites to visit
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Airfield Museum - the home of the Museum of the British Resistance
Maiden Newton at War is an event run by '1940s Maiden Newton' to raise
funds for local charities and good causes. The 1940s Maiden Newton
Committee is pleased to announce that Maiden Newton at War will go ahead
again in 2012. They are finalising a few details but at this stage it
looks good and they are planning on the weekend of the 23rd and 24th June.
This date is yet to be confirmed.
As part of an ongoing
oral history and documentary project Martyn Cox of Wide-eyed.tv has so far
nearly sixty exclusive interviews with WW2 veterans. Many of these women and
men served in intelligence or resistance roles and haven’t ever spoken of these
in such depth and detail.
Hitcham Primary School, Framlingham. A video interview with Herman Kindred.
WWII, a British Focus
WWII memories, armour War Diaries, Cairo, Termoli, Primasole
Underground - Subterranean military engineering in the Dover area
TRISERVICE.NET - a portal to lots of UK armed forces sites.
Midnight Watch - Home Front civil defence organisations, CD, ARP and Home
The Home Guard - "Most of those men are now long gone and dead
but we, as a nation, should be proud of them."
The Second World War
Experience Centre - Personal recollections and much more.
AUXILIARY UNIT ‘HIDE’ (OPERATIONAL BASE)
- description and pictures of an OB in South Wales.
AT WAR - The impact of WWII on the village of Brandon, Suffolk with recently
discovered information on the Brandon Section.
X Historical Society - Camp X was the Canadian training base for SOE and OSS
Dave Sampson's Mills
grenade collection, interesting pictures of time pencils, 'L' Delays, etc.
Peter Dunn's Australia @ War
a wide-ranging review of WWII in Australia and the Far-East
Bunker Project uncovering Australia's forgotten wartime heritage
This site tells, mainly
through the words of its members, the story of the 32nd (Aldridge) Battalion,
South Staffordshire Home Guard
Somerset Pillboxes, WWII defences
on the Taunton Stop Line and in other areas of Somerset.
B.O.C.N. has been
established to bring together military collectors and anyone interested in
military ordnance to share their knowledge and information. Their aim is
to become a valuable resource and aid for anyone dealing with ordnance
This site is all about
Coleshill House which was used during WW2 to train more than 5,000 of
the general public and Home Guard in sabotage and guerrilla warfare
www.johnsadler.net John Sadler is a professional author and military
history re-enactor. His group has begun a series of WWII living history
events around the wartime exhibition at the Woodhorn County Museum in SE
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