Florida State University's Department of History has established The Institute
on World War II and the Human Experience to systematically and professionally
preserve the artifacts, official histories and personal accounts of those
who gallantly served their country. Visit their site and learn how you can
The Pueblo Historical Aircraft Society and International
B-24 Memorial Museum are establishing a data base of former crew members
who flew B-24, PB4Y-1 Liberators or PB4Y-2 Privateers for the US Army
Air Forces, US Navy, or allied nations. If you were a crew member on the
above listed aircraft or know someone who was (living or dead), please
take a few moments to print and fill out the form
and mail it to:
1. 461st Bomb Group - 15th Air
Force B-24 Liberators Web Page This is a truly fine site for anyone
interested in the 15th AAF in Italy. Mission information, 461st BG history,
nose art, crew photos and much more.
2. www.armyairforces.com A terrific resource. A wealth of information.
4. The Collings
Foundation Home Page A must to check out. A fully restored and flyable
B-24J. For a fee, you
5. B-24 Best Web Photos, specs,
7. Air Force Historical Research
Agency A wealth of information
and images on the history of
9. The History of Flight The is a fascinating look at the development of flight. Chapters include Early History of Flight, Wright Brothers, Amelia Earhart, and Charles Lindbergh. Special thanks to Lauren and Joan for bringing this to my attention. I do not know who complied this site, but well done.
Note: Older, or out of print volumes might be located through BookFinder.com.
|While not specifically related to the air war, The Story of the Second World War is the most riveting account of the War I have read. It was first published in 1945 and contains first hand accounts by the people who actually took part. You can find a copy on Bookfinder.com, and Barnes and Noble carries the paperback. Highly recommended.|
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