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  • Battlefield Anomalies - Collection of battle and campaign accounts, mainly dealing with 19th century subjects.
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  • Clash of Steel - Searchable database of military engagements throughout history. Also picture gallery and discussion forum.
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  • Gentleman's Military Interest Club - Forum for the discussion of military history and militaria.
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  • Historical Battle Guide - Details the author's visits to various battlefields around the world, with brief information and pictures.
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  • John's Military History Page - Virtual tours of Revolutionary War and Civil War battlefields and armored fighting vehicles.
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  • Maps of War - Flash animated time lines of war and its history.
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  • Military Quotes - A collection of almost one thousand quotes related to war and military matters. Also includes jokes and a discussion forum.
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  • OnWar.com - Military history site that includes a database of world conflicts and other military events 1800-1999.
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  • The Patriot Files - A collection of articles are dedicated to the men and women of the armed forces and the many people who support them.
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  • Society for Military History - Devoted to stimulating and advancing the study of military history in the United States. Site describes publications, membership information, conferences, leadership, and SMH-sponsored awards and prizes.
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  • War Between Democracies - Article discussing the claim that "democracies do not make war on one another"; discussing a list of wars that may or may have not been fought between democracies.
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  • War Letters - Archive of letters written by soldiers during the Napoleonic wars, American Civil War, World War One and World War Two.
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  • The War Times Journal - An on-line magazine of military history which features original articles and archives covering wars and campaigns of all periods.
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  • Web Page of Durfee - Gateway to information on the American Revolution and on medieval Europe.
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  • Æ Aeragon - Aeragon traces some of the history of military technology transfer to civilian applications. Aeragon is dedicated to analyzing the influence that developments in military technology have had upon modern material existence.
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