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Record of the Auxiliary Units 1940 - 1944

Sites to visit

These people have kindly linked their sites to this one so it's only right I link to theirs.

Parham Airfield Museum - the home of the Museum of the British Resistance Organisation




WWII, a British Focus
WWII memories, armour, War Diaries, Cairo, Termoli, Primasole

The Home Guard - "Most of those men are now long gone and dead but we, as a nation, should be proud of them."

The Second World War Experience Centre - Personal recollections and much more.

AN AUXILIARY UNIT HIDE (OPERATIONAL BASE) AT CILYBEBYLL - description and pictures of an OB in South Wales.

BRANDON AT WAR - The impact of WWII on the village of Brandon, Suffolk with recently discovered information on the Brandon Section.

Dave Sampson's Mills grenade collection, interesting pictures of time pencils, 'L' Delays, etc.

Peter Dunn's Australia @ War a wide-ranging review of WWII in Australia and the Far-East

This site tells, mainly through the words of its members, the story of the 32nd (Aldridge) Battalion, South Staffordshire Home Guard

B.O.C.N. has been established to bring together military collectors and anyone interested in military ordnance to share their knowledge and information.  Their aim is to become a valuable resource and aid for anyone dealing with ordnance recognition.


This site is all about Coleshill House which was used during WW2 to train more than 5,000 of the general public and Home Guard in sabotage and guerrilla warfare techniques. John Sadler is a professional author and military history re-enactor. His group has begun a series of WWII living history events around the wartime exhibition at the Woodhorn County Museum in SE Northumberland.


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Revised: September 06, 2013.