WW2 Battlefield Relics
This site's focus is on European battlefield. It has some interesting
exhibits, and shows some of the relics being found in Europe and Eastern
Europe related to WWII.
Ireland Aircraft Crash Investigation Team Homepage
William Lindsay's website coveres the remains of all aircraft which
have crashed whilst in military service.
ACIA Air Crash
Investigation & Archaeology
Jim Corbett's excellent site about WWII wrecks in Southern Scotland
to South Yorkshire
Aviator - Greenland Society's P-38 Salvage
Todd Huvard's excellent article about the amazing salvage of a P-38
from the ice cap. Full of great photos and Indiana Jones style adventure,
this is a true story of modern aviation archeology
Aircraft Investigation Team
Excellent page by Nick Wotherspoon. This site covers many interesting
wreck sites in North and West England.
Aircraft Crashes in Queensland During WWII
Peter Dunn's definitive website on this topic. It is an excellent site:
well organized, researched and full of interesting information. The
site also has many other interesting sections off its main
page including, Townsville
at War, The Archerfield
Airfields in QLD during WWII And, a lot of other great links to
WWII aviation history that he has researched. His site is the source
for information about Queensland aviation and WWII history!
Wrecks in Africa
Excellent site with some interesting oral histories and recovery information.
"Rommel was storming across Africa. The Mediterranean Sea was blocked
. Flying supplies across the middle of Africa was the answer. Where
airplanes fly there are wrecks. The site's author spent three years
in Africa repairing and salvaging wrecks."
Wrecks on the Kola Peninsula
The wrecks was found by Filipp Kuznetsov and friends in Apatity on the
Kola Peninsula (NW corner of Russia) in the summer of 1996. Wrecks include:
has been found at the Laplandsky zapovednik (Lapland nature park) by
Alex Geljazov, a nature park guard. He-111
was found by Filipp Kuznetsov not far from his town (Kirovsk, Murmansk
reg., Russia). For the last 50 years it has been destroyed by people.
U.K.'s premiere warbird and restoration site
North East England Aircraft Crash Research
Jim Corbett's excellent site. It is very comprehensive and well organized.
There are many great pictures and a shockingly large number of UK wrecks
that are just as impressive as ones in the Pacific.
Junkers Aircraft on
See the link for the Junkers W34 in Alexishafen, New Guinea.
Tornado ZD809 Chash Site
Glyn Towers new site about this modern wreck, full of many incredible
pictures of this RAF plane that crashed in October of 1999.
Infamous Wreck Photo
Great site, contributed by Goh K. Loon
Lt. Harold G. Stalnaker
Thanks to Charlie Stalnaker, webpage about his uncle's MIA P-47
lost during the 'Battle of the Buldge", and his return to the United
States for burial at Arlington in May 2004