Detailed information about war memorials and regiments within Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Fenlands and Huntingdonshire. Includes photographs, regimental details and personal details of those who died.
Photographs, stories, background information, and other resources on British participation in conflicts in South Asia, Malaya, the Cold War, Kenya, Cyprus, Aden, Suez, Boreno, Vietnam, and elsewhere.
An extensive photodocumentary of numerous mothballed and redundant underground military installations in Britain and France, including photographs of ROTOR sites, the Maginot Line, and Cold War sites. Also provides reports from physical visits.
Site explores the 19th Century British and Indian Armies and their soldiers. It presents various photographs, campaign medals, and the biographical studies of the soldiers represented by these items.
Web exhibition that describes how and why Britain was at war in the battles of Trafalgar (1805), Crimea (1854), Egypt (1882), D-Day (1944) and Korea (1951), using documents, pictures and text.
Information on this distinguished Victorian cavalry commander of two famed regiments: the Corps of Guides, and Hodson's Horse.
An online museum of authentic Victorian-era British military photographs.
Details of British officers killed in various wars between 1750 and 1999.
Detailed history of the British regimental system including a listing of regiments and corps between 1705 and 1995. Massive collection of links as well.
Includes panoramic photos and explanations of a number of military and naval sites, including battlefields, arsenals, dockyards, castles, and forts.