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Southern France, British Airborne, SS/Wehrmacht, General World War 2, Museums, Parachute Regimental Association, Equipment



Pegasus Archive


Origins, Sicily, Normandy, Southern France, Arnhem, Rhine Crossing



Southern France

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1st Airborne Task Force - The Forgotten Paratroopers

French language website including a description of Operation Rugby.


517th Parachute Regimental Combat Team 1943-1945

A very detailed website about the history of the 517th. 


Parachute Regiment War Dead, Buried in France

Contains names and basic details of all members of the Airborne Forces buried in France. Includes photographs of most headstones.



British Airborne

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Para Data

The archive of the British Airborne Forces.


Aircrew Remembered

Glider Pilot Regiment fatalities database


The Assault Glider Project

Sister site of the above. Builders of life sized replica gliders.


The Glider Pilot Regiment 1942 - 1945

A history of the Regiment during the war.




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The German Armed Forces, 1919-1945. Excellent site. Includes detailed unit histories.



General World War 2

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224 Airborne Medical Company


Aircrew Remembered


Chindit Chasing, Operation Longcloth 1943


Ecos da Segunda Guerra

Brazilian website about the Second World War.


Mark Felton Productions

Superb documentaries from the author and historian.


Military History Encyclopedia on the Web

Covers all theatres and periods of military history. Includes biographies and equipment.


Wartime Press




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Airborne Assault Museum

The Museum of the Parachute Regiment and Airborne Forces, at the Imperial War Museum Duxford.


The Museum of Army Flying

Based in Hampshire. Contains a collection of gliders.



Parachute Regimental Association

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The Airborne Engineers Association


British Airborne Forces (N.Z.) Inc.


Leicester Branch of the Parachute Regimental Association




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British WW2 Airborne Militaria

High quality pictures of the fighting knife carried by paratroopers and commandos. Also includes Airborne clothing.


The Enigma Machine

Links to numerous detailed websites.


Signals Collection '40-'45

Details of Allied radio equipment throughout the war, including the airborne's Type 19, 22, and 68 sets.


The Stirling Project

Contains images and diagrams.


The Vickers Machine Gun

A great deal of information about the famous machine gun.


The Wireless Set No.19 Homepage

A large site about the military and civilian service of the Type 19 radio set.