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The Links Page

This page has various
links to other websites
that you may find interesting...


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  The Labour Corps

This website is dedicated to the memory of the men who served in the British Army’s Labour Corps during the Great War.



  The Royal Logistic Corps

The Royal Logistic Corps Homepage.

Trace friends etc. This must be the biggest database that I have come across !
You can even search on the electroral roll.

  A.R.R.S.E. (ARmy Rumour SErvice)

An unofficial website designed to be an informative, topical and amusing resource for members of the British Army, both regular and TA. Has a great message board.

  Britain's Small Wars

The history of British conflicts from 1945 - 1992

  Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Records of burial and commemorations of Commonwealth war dead from the two World Wars in 140 countries.

  Forces Reunited

This website is run by Ex-Forces Personnel, for Forces and Ex-Forces Personnel who have either left or are still currently serving in the Armed Forces wherever they are in the world, who wish to find old friends or colleagues from the past. They can help you find your friends, if you're from the Army, Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Royal Air Force or forces affiliate companies and organisations, in the complete knowledge that your contact details are kept securely at all times, even in the forums!

  Imperial War Museum

Excellent war Museum. Well worth a visit.

  Milnet UK

Free internet service for the UK Armed Forces. Anonymous also.

  National Register of Archives

Indexes and reports on the private papers of British soldiers and others with locations access and online database on the net.

  National Army Museum

The National Army Museum is the British Army's own museum. It is the only museum to tell the story of the Army as a whole from Agincourt in the Fifteenth Century to peace-keeping in the Twenty-first Century.

  Royal British Legion

The Royal British Legion is the UK's leading charity safeguarding the welfare, interests and memory of those who have served in the Armed Forces and their dependants. It provides financial, social and emotional support to millions and its benevolence spans all age groups from the oldest to the very young.

  Service Pals

Another site for finding missing friends you have served with.

  Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association

Helps serving and ex-Service men, women and
their families in need, suffering or distress, regardless of age or condition.

  The British Army Home Page

The Home of the British Army !

Labor Omnia Vincit