» Military - World War ll Resources
  • World War II - Kids social studies videos, lessons and quizzes for K-12 grade school kids that make learning fun and interesting
  • World War II History Info - World War II history articles, books, Web site recommendations, an art and image gallery, and more for people who are interested in the history of the 20th century's greatest conflict
  • World War 2 - A General World War Two Resource - includes a biography of Adolf Hitler, important dates, casualty figures, high commands, trivia, recommended books and a glossary
  • American Experience - D-Day - Participants describe the planning and execution of the Normandy invasion during World War II, and the battle for the French beaches
  • American Experience - Battle of the Bulge - Battle of the Bulge: Over 75,000 Americans were killed, maimed, or captured at the Battle of the Bulge during World War II, in an infernal test of courage and endurance
  • The World War II Page - This page gives a detailed history of World War II, and its major battles, from the Pacific and Europe. It also includes detailed statistics and information about the various planes used in World War II. For your further enjoyment, we have also included links to other World War II pages and search engines
  • Atomic Archive - The Atomic Archive explores the complex history surrounding the invention of the atomic bomb - a crucial turning point for all mankind. Follow a timeline that takes you down the path of our nuclear past, from the 1920s to the present. Read biographies of A-bomb father Robert Oppenheimer and Enrico Fermi's dispassionate account of the Trinity Test. Examine maps of the damage to Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and summaries of arms-control treaties. You'll also find an excellent gallery of photographs and historical footage
  • Britannica.com Presents - Normandy - Britannica.com presents NORMANDY:1944, a comprehensive learning resource on D-Day and the Normandy Invasion. The site includes detailed articles, personal histories, radio broadcasts, film clips, interactive maps, Internet links, and much more
  • Conscience and the Constitution - A look at a group of young Americans during World War II who refused to be drafted into service while their government denied them their rights as citizens
  • Enola Gay - The Enola Gay, the B-29 bomber used in the atomic mission that destroyed Hiroshima, went on display June 28, 1995 at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. The display commemorates the end of World War II, as well as the role of the Enola Gay in securing Japanese surrender
  • Hyper War - A collection of source documents and official U.S. military histories related to the Second World War. All are presented in HTML format, with hyperlinks wherever appropriate, and anchors to permit easy linking/citation of the volumes
  • The Hitler Pages - historic Hitler sites. Information about all the historic locations related to Hitler. With the exact locations
  • German Armed Forces in WW2 - Everything you ever wanted to know about Germany during WWII. Covers the Heer, Waffen-SS, Luftwaffe, Kriegsmarine, Auxiliary and Foreign units, and more! Updated every day, more information all the time. This site is not a political site, but a military history site
  • American Aces of WW2 - Well indexed site with "brief bios of high scoring American fighter pilots of World War Two, men like Robert S. Johnson, Gabby Gabreski, Pappy Boyington, Joe Foss, David McCampbell, Dick Bong, Tommy Blackburn, Edward 'Butch' O'Hare, Ira Kepford, George Preddy. All the World War Two theatres, services, and fighter planes are included: P-47 Thunderbolt pilots with the 56th Fighter Group of the 8th Air Force, Marine Corsair aces of Guadalcanal and the Solomons, carrier based Navy Hellcat pilots, and USAAF fighter pilots who flew the P-38 over New Guinea and the Philippines
  • Operation Torch - North Africa Invasion - In September of 1942 the German Army was at Stalingrad and Gen. Rommel was at the gates of Egypt with his touted Africa Corp. The Allies desperately needed a second front to reverse the eastern assault of the Axis armies. Operation Torch was devised to be that second front
  • Atomic Bomb - Decision - Documents on the decision to use the atomic bomb are reproduced here in full-text form. In most cases, the originals are in the U.S. National Archives. Other aspects of the decision are shown from accounts of the participants
  • Lend-Lease - This famous law gave President Franklin Roosevelt the authority to aid Great Britain with ships and other war materials in its war with Nazi Germany in 1941. The U.S. did not join the war until December of that year

YouTube Videos
 
  • YouTube - World War 2 the Complete History  - The stumble to War 1/6
  • YouTube - World War 2 the Complete History  - The stumble to War 2/6
  • YouTube - World War 2 the Complete History - The stumble to War 3/6
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  • YouTube - World War 2 the Complete History  - The stumble to War 6/6
  • YouTube - The History Of World War Two Part 1
  • YouTube - The History Of World War Two Part 2
  • YouTube - The History Of World War Two Part 3
  • YouTube - The History Of World War Two Part 4
  • YouTube - The History Of World War Two Part 5
  • YouTube - The History Of World War Two Part 6
  • YouTube - The History Of World War Two Part 7