Here I attempt to compile a list of sources of further information about the U-boat War, naval matters, military history or related subjects. I welcome your comments as always as I am quite certain that I have not found every source of solid information there is.
Traditional meansThis is the old-fashioned pre-Internet method that is, amazingly enough :), still very common for information scouting. This includes fax, letters, books, TV, radio and archives, face-to-face meetings.
The WebI am writing a page on some of the best military pages out there so if you know of an excellent source then please e-mail me. Note that I will only list the very best sources on the Web here.
This is a very active group of about 300-400 people which include World War Two veterans, historians, reenactors and experts in almost all fields of that era. A very good list which I have been a member of for about 2 years. If you subscribe you will receive about 20-30 letters daily (on very hot topics you can see triple that easily :). To subscribe simply click on the "WWII-L" above and leave the subject line empty and put
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