I am the daughter of Pvt. Harold M. Burke
and the adopted daughter of Corporal Charlie Bigler.
This is a list of books relating to World War II
and websites of special interest to WWII buffs.
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Combat Reels, Incorporated is a Texas based company
providing organized combat footage of all conflicts
to the general public and television/film production
companies worldwide. Corporate headquarters is
located Ft. Worth, Texas.
There is a group on Facebook for Lost Photos on a
genealogy group where people post photos of either
family members they cannot identify or photos they
found that may belong to descendents who can identify
the people in the photos. Some of the photos are from
different wars and different countries. You might
want to check this group out. You do have to have
an account with Facebook and join the group.
Lost Photos Genealogy Group
Hans J. Wijers is an excellent WWII historian and has
written several books about WWII.
His websites are:
The Battle for Stalingrad
Scroll down to Bookstore and click on it to go to where you
may purchase Han's books.
The following link takes you to a website that tells of
the history behind the cars, tanks and airplanes of WWII.
A young reader found my WWII pages helpful for a school
project and sent this website to me. I explored the website
by deleting all the words after the / and discovered it is
about cars and car titles. You can do searches. I am a classic
and antique car buff so I did a search for classic cars.
There is a lot of information there.
The following link takes you to The Longest Wait, a story
about a WWII aviator who was continuously reported as
MIA (missing in action) to was KIA (killed in action),
to MIA again and ended with him being found as buried
in Normandy. I will leave the rest as a surprise to
you. What a remarkable story.
The Longest Wait
Cleve C. Barkley whom I met in the second division yahoo group
wrote this next story. It's about Heartbreak Crossroads which
is where our birth father was wounded during WWII. This story
is on the Warfare History Network website. Thank you Cleve.
The Battle of Heartbreak Crossroads: Pyrrhic Victory at Wahlerscheid
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