Enola Gay and the Atomic Bomb from NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) has excerpts of the script from the Smithsonian Institution exhibit, "The Last Act: The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II," proposed for 1995 but never shown
Aerial Reconnaissance Archives (TARA) at Keele University, Staffordshire UK, provides access via the internet to the 5.5 million aerial reconnaissance photographs taken over occupied Western Europe by the Allies during World War II and deposited by the UK Ministry of Defence at TARA.
American Aircraft of World War II from David Hanson is a reference site on over 140 U.S. aircraft used or designed by the U.S. in WWII. Photos and info. Search by name, type, or manufacturer
B-Side-Museum is a virtual museum of 3D models, including aircraft from World War II.
1942 - Third Battle of Savo, November 14-15, 1942. Excerpt from: Operational Experience of Fast Battleships: World War II, Korea, Vietnam. Second Edition, compiled and edited by John C. Reilly, Jr., Naval Historical Center, Department of the Navy, Washington: 1989, pp 61-67.
1944 - NavisMagazine article on photo sequence of the US Navy attack on the Japanese fleet and battleship Musashi (Yamato's sistership) in the Sibuyan Sea on October 24, 1944, one of the chapters of the Battle of Leyte Gulf.
Atomic Archive: Enhanced Edition CD-ROM from AJ Software at atomicarchive.com has 30 minutes of video, 400 photos from government archives, extensive text and interactive maps and timeline of the nuclear age. This site also sells DVDS of the Atomic Bomb Collection, Trinity and Beyond, and Day After Trinity.
Front und Heimat CD-ROM, 1270 private and 30 other photos from the period of World War II (German, some Russian), a detailed introduction (in German), list of contents, bibliography and ca. 200 links to WWII-websites, published in Germany by Dietrich Klose of Historicmedia.
F.Y.I. and Video Universe distribute these DVDs: The Concise History of the Second World War (21-disc set, narrated by Robert Hardy), History of World War II (2-disc set from Eagle Rock), World At War (11-disc set, produced in 1974 by Thames, narrated by Laurence Olivier, see review), World War II (5-disc set includes the Why We Fight series made by Frank Capra), Victory At Sea (4-disc set includes the 26-part TV series from 1952), Finest Hour: The Battle of Britain, Perilous Fight: America's World War II in Color, D-Day: The Battle That Liberated the World, Operation Barbarossa, Archives of War (3-disc set), Great Battles of World War II (7-disc set), Warbirds of World War II (7-disc set), World War II-Canada At War (7-disc set), Great Tank Battles of World War II, Big Battles: World War II, They Drew Fire: Combat Artists of World War II, World War II Combat Chronicles, You Are There: World War II Begins (by CBS News); CDs include the Big Band Sound Of World War Ii Big Band Sound Of World War II.
Goldhil DVDs include Enemy at the Door series (4-disc sets), Kamikaze in Color, USS Arizona - USS Missouri: From Tragedy to Victory Special Edition, Visions of War (3-disc set), War in Color (3-disc set), World War II in Color, World War II in Color: The British Story - 3-disc set) ; VHS includes 10th Mountain Division: Ridge Runners, African-American Heroes of WWII, Army Navy Screen Magazine, B-24 Trilogy: The Victory Bombers (3-tape set), Birth of the Bomber: The Story of the B-24 Liberator, Hidden Army, The: Women in WWII, Just The Facts: World War II (4-tape classroom set), Victory Gardens of WWII.
Goodtimes Entertainment DVDs include Why We Fight - Series (4-disc set), World War II - Collection (Frank Capra, 8-disc set), The Fighting Lady (1944, color), Thunderbolt (1945, color), Payoff in the Pacific (1945), Pearl Harbor - 60th Anniversary Memorial (2001, 8-disc set), Pearl Harbor (2001, 4-disc set), available from Mojo or Amazon
Granada Television DVDs include A Family At War, Foyle's War, D-Day In Colour, Churchill (narrated by Ian McKellen); VHS include Countdown to War (1989 with Ian McKellen as Hitler)
History Channel DVDs include Victory At Sea, Nazi POWs in America, Rescue at Dawn: The Los Banos Raid, WWII: The War in Europe, WWII: The War in the Pacific, The Rohna Disaster: WWII's Secret Tragedy, The True Story Of The Black Sheep Squadron, Thunderbolts: The Conquest Of The Reich, B26 Marauder, Navajo Code Talkers, Battle Stations: P-51 Mustang, Iwo Jima: Hell's Volcano
National Geographic DVDs include ĘBattle for Midway, Untold Stories Of World War II, Beyond the Movie: Pearl Harbor, Pearl Harbor: Legacy of Attack.
Old Time Radio has a 9-CD WWII collection of MP3 recordings that includes 30 hours of AFRS Recordings, 140 hours of radio news, and 82 hours of Homefront radio programs. OTR also offers 20-hour MP3 CDs of the Complete Broadcast Day, Sept 21, 1939, by radio station WJSV, and the Complete Broadcast D-Day, June 6, 1944.
PBS DVDs include B-17 Flying Legend, Finest Hour: The Battle of Britain, Bataan Rescue: Death March and Rescue, World War II Greatest Battles, WWII in Color, Last Days of WWII, D-Day Code Name: Overlord, D-Day: Down to Earth - Return of the 507th, Shoah, Heroes of World War II with Walter Cronkite, War in Europe with Walter Cronkite, War in the Pacific with Walter Cronkite, Allies at War, Road to Berlin/Road to Stalingrad, Famous Fighters of WWII, Famous Bombers of World War II, Fate Did Not Let Me Go on the Holocaust letter of Valli Ollendorf.
Art of War: UK National Archives Exhibition has "several hundred digital images of Second World War posters, prints, caricatures, cartoons and art works held by the British National Archives. Also accessible are clips from war time documentaries and government sponsored information films."
Battle of Britain from the Royal Air Force (RAF) to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Battle of Britain (July 10 to October 31, 1940)
Art and War: Australia, Britain and Canada in the Second World War " consists of 96 works of art from the collections of the Canadian War Museum, the Australian War Memorial, and the Imperial War Museum...This is the first exhibition of its kind to explore how Australia, Britain and Canada lived through and recorded the greatest conflict in human history. The works on display highlight notable differences in outlook and expectation, both nationally and individually."
Canadian Wartime Experience"This site is maintained by the University of Manitoba. It provides free access to a collection of several thousand digitised pimary source materials: such as documents, newspaper articles, letters, photographs and prints relating to the experience of Canada and Canadians during various wars from 1899-1970s. They include the Boer War (1899-1903); First World war (1914-1918), Second World war (1939-1945); Korean War (1950-1953) and Vietnam War (1957- 1975). They cover information relating to military movements, battles and training well as oral history accounts from soldiers and servicemen/women. The site also includes a section for educators with suggested classroom activities."
Liberation Museum and Timberwolf Album from Bart and Teun Oostvogels in Achtmaal, The Netherlands, in the Schelde estuary near Antwerp that was liberated in November 1944 by the 104th Infantry Division, the Timberwolves, under the command of General Terry Allen.
LoneSentry.com has photos, articles, and research on the European Theater in World War II, including unit histories, intelligence bulletins, and the G.I. Stories series of 53 booklets on the Ground, Air, and Service Forces in the European Theater of Operations published by the Information and Education Division, ETOUSA in Paris during 1944 and 1945.
Papers of Admiral Richard W. Bates are on-line in pdf format from the Naval War College. Bates commanded the cruiser USS MINNEAPOLIS (CA-36) in the bombardment of Wake Island, participated in the invasion of the Gilbert Islands and sank the Japanese light cruiser KATORI off Truk in April 1944. During May-August 1944, Bates was on the staff of the Commander in Chief Pacific Fleet. In September he served with the Seventh Fleet during the Philippine Islands campaign and in December was Chief of Staff and Aide to Commander Battleship Division Two and was involved in the Lingayen-Luzon and Okinawa operations. (Nov. 18, 1999)
Dr. Seuss Went to War provides the entire collection of 400 editorial cartoons drawn 1941-43 by Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss) when he was the chief editorial cartoonist for PM newspaper in New York, from the Mandeville Special Collections Library at the University of California, San Diego.
World War II Through Russian Eyes from the Historical Achievements Museum, the traveling exhibit of artifacts from the Russian Central Armed Forces Museum in Moscow opened August 6, 1998 in the Ronald Reagan Building and Center for International Trade, Washington DC
War Letters is a database of correspondence from World War I & II
Wes Clark in Germany Wesley Harry Clark, served in France and Germany during World War II as a light mortar crewman with Troop C of the 33rd Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron of the 20th Armored Division