Here is a collection that we’ve put together of other web resources that might be of interest/useful to our readers. Included are military blogs, forums and websites.

Websites:

A good Battle of Britain resource

Blogs:

The web’s largest collection of military blogs, milblogging currently features 2,790 military blogs in 45 countries. From wives and mothers to serving and retired military

Collection of US blogs under regular topis, inc fitness, soldier’s perspective, defence technology and an advice blog for anyone with military questions.

American soldier. Intimate. Varied. Personal campaign against scammers who use photos of military personnel on dating sites.

The Ministry of Defence’s regular news blog. Updated at least once a day.

Official blog for UK military operations in Afghanistan.

Transcripts of Harry Lamin’s letters from the World War I, posted by his grandson exactly 90 years after they were written. The letters were written to his brother and sister.  Includes photos, letter scans, newspaper cuttings and historical records.

US-based blog from wives of serving military

Military news

A website dedicated to enthusiasts all over the world for military items, from full sized preserved military vehicles to the models made of them in all scales.

DoDLive blog created and maintained by Defense Media Activity. Each month the blog will feature a different topic ranging from lessons from multiple deployments to lessons from the military family. “In Their Own Words” aims to create a place where people can share their lessons and experiences with others and continue the conversation beyond the initial post. We encourage service members, families and veterans, as well as anyone interested in this subject matter, to share their thoughts, ask questions and engage with other readers.

Propagandist.

Regularly updated blog by the eponymous soldier’s mum. Touching, honest.

Forums:

A whole array of military history related topics.

The Army Rumour Service is THE British Army’s unofficial community.

The Interactive History Site for Armchair Strategists, Gamers and other History Buffs.

A comprehensive collection of history forums, including military history.

All Empires is a non-profit international community for world history founded in 2002. The site administrators, editors and forum staff members consist of hobbyists and volunteers.

A place where Osprey readers can chat about anything to do with military history and Osprey books.

A collection of naval history forums.

The Navy Net, ‘Rum Ration’, is ‘THE UK’s most popular Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Fleet Auxiliary community’.