Photos, maps, descriptions and history of the U-boat bases in France and Germany.
The Late Tony Sale's Codes and Ciphers Website
The web site for Tony Sale, one of the premiere authorities about the 1939-45 secret intellectual war at Bletchley Park. The site is especially noteworthy for its easy to navigate virtual tours of the on-going Colossus rebuild project. Mr. Sale is the former curator at Bletchley Park and an authority on Colossus, the still mysterious digital, programmable electronic computer, the world's first. As of May 2003, the almost finished computer purrs like a happy cat at BP.
The Churchill Centre
The life and times of the great leader before, during and after the war. The site also includes portions of speeches.
Imperial War Museum
The Imperial War Museum's site includes practical and historical information for many of the features on this site, including CABINET WAR ROOMS, IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUMS DUXFORD, D DAY MUSEUM AND OVERLORD EMBROIDERY, PORTSMOUTH; HMS BELFAST and IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM, LONDON.
Brittany U-boat bases
Background to construction of the Brittany U-boat bases, including photos and diagrams.
Home of the 11th Duke of Marlborough and birthplace of the greatest Englishman of his or any generation, Sir Winston Churchill.