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A website on the history of the Victoria Cross specialising in the burial location of VC holders and displaying the location of VCs when held by public bodies, world-wide. Also included on the website is a 'News' page and a webpage dedicated to the sale and auction of VCs.
Battlefield tours to Anzio, Monte Cassino and Salerno
Self-Catering accommodation in the Somme (Mailly-Maillet), France can accommodate up to 6 persons and just a couple of miles from the Newfoundland Memorial and the Circuit of Remembrance.
New website on the life of Lieutenant Edward St John Daniel VC.
Through Their Eyes, Military Photo Archive
Paintings commissioned during the second world war to commemorate outstanding acts of bravery are now on display for the first time to mark the 60th anniversary of VE day
On-line shopping for Table Mats, Floral Prints and Scarves
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The Victorian Military Society
The first Scottish Territorial soldier to be awarded the Victoria Cross
The Anglo Zulu War Historical Society has been formed by a small group of experts and historians to educate, entertain, enlighten and encourage students past, present and future, and to further their interest in that most fascinating of Victorian campaigns, the Anglo Zulu War of 1879.
Visit all branches of the Imperial War Museum through this site.
The Australian and New Zealand Victoria Cross web site contains details of all Australian VC winners, in each major conflict where Australians have fought. Every page contains a photograph of the VC winner plus their name, rank, unit, the date and place where they won their medal. The site also has the complete record of New Zealand VC winners, plus a special section for Australian George Cross winners.
The 102nd Battalion was raised in British Columbia in the earliest days of the Great War, and served continuously in France until the end of the war. Lieutenant Graham Thomson Lyall won the VC near Cambrai in the last days of the war.
The Western Front Association was formed with the aim of
furthering interest in the period 1914-1918, to perpetuate the memory,
courage and comradeship of those of all sides who served their countries
in France and Flanders and their own countries and during the Great
Holts Tours are considered by many to be one of the world's leading battlefield and history tour operators, having been in the business for 27 years. With more than 200 tours in their portfolio, which is constantly expanding, there's something for every enthusiast.
Great war web pages, chat room, fabulous links and an online book catalogue. Regularly updated and well worth visiting.
LIEUTENANT COLONEL WILLIAM
JOHN ENGLISH VC
THE SEARCH FOR LT COL FW
This England Magazine
Anglo-Persian War 1856-57 Short History
A network of keywords and concepts as they logically relate to each other, on various topics
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