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A Guadalcanal Chronology

A history of the Guadalcanal Campaign, a series of land and sea battles in the south Pacific from August 7, 1942 to March 6, 1943. There is both a narrative and a timeline of events with maps and additional information. Very Good

Operation Overlord - D-Day

A history of the major turning point of the war in Europe, the Normandy invasion on June 6, 1944 by Allied troops. Includes: Preparation, the Day, Aftermath, Weapons, Biographies, photos, personal accounts, maps and more. Very Good

Pearl Harbor Remembered

Information about the Pearl Harbor memorial, the attack, a timeline of events, map of attack, survivor's recollections, and audio clips. There is also a link to a live webcam overlooking the U.S.S. Arizona memorial. Very Good

The Real "Q"

It wasn't until long after the war that the world learned of the work of Charles Frazer- Smith, an inventor who worked with MI6, MI9, and SOE to develop secret devices for those traveling to occupied Europe. Includes photos of hollowed golf balls, hairbrushes and shaving brushes with hidden compartments, pens with maps and compasses hidden inside, and much more. Frazer-Smith was the real-life inventor who served as the basis for Ian Fleming's "Q" in the James Bond novels. Very Good

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