This category is for unofficial websites concerning the British military.
Online information source for all the UK’s defence suppliers. Includes information on the three Armed Services.
Early twentieth century volunteer unit from the Commonwealth who fought for British interests. History of the Legion and also of the 25th Fusiliers (Frontiersmen) in East Africa in the First World War.
Collection of information and photographs taken by Captain Weaver during World War 1.
Information about this British Commando raid of World War Two on the Normandie' dry dock. Includes photographs, sketches and a story board.
Meeting place for past and present members of the Royal Welch Fusiliers and their families, or anyone else with an interest in the Regiment.
Professional forum in the UK for national and international defence and security. Includes current activities, future projects, researchers, military sciences department, publications, events and membership details.
Dedicated to supporting the children of men and women killed while serving in the British Armed Forces, the charity provides Christmas and birthday gifts, treats, trips and activities for the families of the fallen.
Information about the Parachute Regiment combat drop on El Gamil airstrip, also the EOKA operation in Cyprus. Includes photographs and a background history.
Built in their memory of the 258 British dead who lost their lives in the fierce actions fought at sea, on land, and in the air during the 1982 Falklands War.
Contains details of activities of forum including papers prepared for UK legislators and meetings/discussion programme.
Private members club for serving and ex-serving military personnel. Includes information about accommodation, facilities and online booking.
Biographical notes on officers, non-commissioned officers and men of the Royal Engineers and military engineers of the British Empire and Commonwealth from about 1850 through the present day.
Campaigning for the sufficient, appropriate and fully-funded armed forces that the nation requires.
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