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This is my Links page and I will try to keep it updated. On this page will be many of the sites that I have used to do my research with. I will keep the links to those pertaining to The Great War. If you are looking for something specific e-mail me and possibly I may know of a site that you may be looking for.


http://www.worldwar1.com/dbc/
Link to the Doughboy Center The Story of the AEF during the Great War


http://www.nara.gov/nara/searchnail.html
Archival Information Locator (NAIL)
Search Archival Holdings of the National Archives and Recrods Administration in Washington D.C.
http://www.ukans.edu/~kansite/ww_one/photos/greatwar.htm
Link to "The Great War Image Archive"

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Parthenon/1871/
U-Boat war 1914-1918
http://uboat.net/
This is THE site for U-boat info on WWII

http://www.wonderland.com/~dracon/WW1/index.html
Link to the web page about the USS Henry R. Mallory.
This is an excellent site with many pictures of the Henry R.
http://www.web-quest.com/friendsfamily/grandpa/over2.html
Link to The Experiences of 2nd Lt. Fred T. Wilson,
Co B, 16th Inf., 1st Division, AEF, at Soissons, July 18, 1918.
http://members.aol.com/WakkoW5/olympic.html
This site has all that you need to know about the RMS Olympic
http://www.hempsteadplains.com/
Link to Historic Hempstead Plains Nassau County, Long Island. This site has info on Camp Mills, Camp Dix, Mitchel Field, Mineola NY and other bases in the eastern division.


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88th Division

See the History of the 88th Division from their beginning at Camp Dodge, Iowa


US Naval Armed Guard and WWII Merchant Marine

Excellent site for Ship history research, I recommend it! It's a must bookmark site.


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Darlene McClendon


My Royal Canadian Navy a web site by Thomas Spowart


 Date this page was last updated

6/23/07

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