Official Navy sites
Navy (in Italian only)
Naval Historical Center
ANMI (National Association of Italian Sailors) sites (in Italian only)
A.N.M.I. official site and National Chairman Office
ALTA (Lagunari Amphibious Troops Association)
Milan National Museum of Science
Other useful links
to find sites about second World War,
visit the Web Rings, which are found here.
There are already two big links directories about historical-military
aspect of W.W. II and about maritime History; they are so huge and complete
that I think it is useless to make here a copy, so I report here the
Mother of All Maritime Links: the most complete maritime links site
I know; an impressive work
American War Library: a large links section, apart of a big directory
of historical documents (payment only and of which I cannot guarantee
Other interesting sites
site (in Italian only).
Robert L Wilson: everything about this destroyer.
Yorktown: who doesn't know this carrier?
Kaigun: unofficial site of Japanese Imperial Navy
Italia: the Italian web page about submarine's world.
Supremo: a good site about Italy during WWII.
Axis History Factbook: it includes information on all aspects of
Germany and her allies during World War II.
dei marinai: a site with good pictures of the war period, with
a veteran section and a section dedicated to "G. Dominici"
A.N.M.I. group of Carmagnola (TO). In Italian only.
in Storia Militare per il portale superEva di Dada S.p.A: a portal dedicated
to Militar History of XIX and XX century. In Italian only.
Documentation Group '40-'45: the Dutch Association of World War
is a brand new portal specifically created for sites related to World
Forze Armate del Regno d'Italia: a project to unite in a single site
the history of corps, men, weapons, crafts, battles and campaigns of Italian
armed forces during WWII. In Italian only.
Website of a japanese modelist. In English and in Japanese.
Defenders of America Naval Museum, Inc.:
Website of a group dedicated to preserve and restore PT Boats. Restored PT boats, war photos, stories and more.
The 309 is the boat that captured the Italian Mas shown in the "After the Armistice page".
PT 309 picked up the crew as well. They were patrolling with the 308.
The next day, PT-305 went out and towed her back to Bastia.
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