General's Favourite Links
We started this page in 1995.
At that time the internet was in its infancy.
There were only a handful of
military heritage sites.
Now there are literally thousands.
Because of this we
have not continued to maintain this page.
However there are still links of interest
Canadian War Museum.
Try out the trivia section.
They are certainly taking a
leadership role in this media for communicating their messages. Their new gallery tour
will take you through Canada's military heritage from Colonial times to Peacekeeping.
National Army Museum.
information on museum. (English)
Imperial War Museum.
Nice that you can
access the museum`s departments.(English)
Museums of Scotland.
General information on Scottish
United Services Museum.
While their web link isn't anything to look at, dealing with
the helpful staff of the SUSM is a pure pleasure. (English)
Victoria and Albert Museum. (English)
Parks Canada's National Historic Sites.
house of general information of numerous national military sites across Canada.
Parks Canada Homepage has to other international historic site organizations of
interest. To get to the National Historic Sites click "Visit Us", then
"National Historic Sites", then "alphabetical listing across
Sorry the site is hurting for multimedia. (English, Français)
Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site.
Great site! Informative and visually appealing with attractive wallpaper, site
images, etc. (Deutsch, English, Français)
The Louisbourg Institute Home Page.
includes the above link as well as offering information on the research projects, tourist
historical societies, etc. associated with the site and the surrounding
Also has a 3D vitual reality game. (English)
National Parks Service of the United States (English)
Tower of London. One of the best museum vitual tours on the net!
Its enjoyable to hear Rule
Brittania as background music while reading the site's text.(English)
Take a tour of this famous site. (English)
Great Site for the Napoleonic enthusiast!
Schneider has done a great service to us all.
Visit it. (English)
The Napoleon Series
Fons Libert has provided us tons of information, articles, the only Napoleonic discussion forum, and links for the
Any interested in the said period will find him or herself
visiting this site time and time again.
(English, Français in places)
Bravo to Bill Teefy!
Through his hardwork the Brigade
Napoléon is on the internet.
This organization will ensure the steady growth of
Napoleonic reenactment in North America.
If there are other units in North America
recreating Napoleonic French or French Ally units this is the organization for you.
This page has some excellent graphics produced by Mr Teefy particularly under the
21e Regiment section. (English)
Histoire et Figurines.
and his collegues have begun an ambitious project of developing an archives of Napoleonic
for the miniature wargamer.
While the latter is their focus
the content is also draws the interest of the average Napoleonic enthusiast.(English,
Battle of Waterloo Site.(Deutsch, English,
Site for study of
Napoleon I and Napoleon III. (English, Français)
Medals. Information on Napoleonic medals. (English)
War, Peace &
Security This site is produced by the Information Resource
Centre of Canadian Forces College.
It is the best inventory of military heritage
resource links that we have found yet.
Just pick the time period your interested in.
Museum of Applied
Military History Homepage.
Great organization of Canadian
reenactor units! (English, Français)
The Brigade of
This reenactment organization has shown great leadership in improving the
authenticity of the hobby.
Unit listings etc. (English)
Military Historical Society.
There are a number of
articles on Scottish military material culture.
I hope organizations like the
Society for Army Historical Research, and the Military Collector and Historian will pick
up on the lead this society has shown.(English)
42nd Royal Highland
Preston Smith has placed alot of work into to
this page making it a great resource for the regiment's history, sources to consult for
further research and a good overview of the 42nd's uniform.(English)
Lots of great general military history information as well as good
1755: the French and Indian War Homepage.
favourite Seven Years War link.(English)
Military History Resources & Links.
Reenactment Web Site.
This UK site offers an ongoing
inventory of reenactment societies of all time period with an on-line registration.
There are also society
web pages for groups like the Seven Years War 12th
Regiment of Foot.
Hopefully more will register because this site has the potential
to be a great reenactment clearing house.
The Horse and
Musket Wargaming Page.
Ed Allen has done a great job
providing numerous resources including two books of instruction by Frederick the Great and
a number of Napier's maps of the Peninsular War.
Companie Franches de la Marine du Michilimackinac.
This site provides an excellent discussion forum for Seven Years War Reenactors.
More need to take advantage of it! (English)
Reenactors World Plus - Living History links
from Roman times to World War II An extensive resource of links for you to
A well designed wargaming site for the Napoleonic and 19th Century
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