"AUSTRALIA @ WAR" USB
Note:- Brand of USB may vary dependent on availability
USB Memory Stick
$35:00 AUD for Australian Purchaser
$45:00 AUD for Overseas Purchaser
“WWII Historians have stated that "Australia @ War" is a better source for covering WWII Military activities on the Home Front than the Official Histories.”
Military Aircraft Crashes, Military Airfields. Military Units, Military Camps, Military Locations, POW Camps, Internment Camps, Command Structure Rank and Military Structure, Allied Signal Intelligence Units, Secret Units, Japanese Intelligence Units, Axis Power Intelligence Units, RAAF, RAF, USAAF, Netherland East Indies Air Force, Australian Army, US Army, Royal Australian Navy, US Navy, US Marine Corps, Civilian War Effort, Women @ War, Aboriginals and Islanders defending Australia, African American Units, Canadian Military Units, Japanese Navy Air Force, Japanese Air Raids, Japanese Submarine Attacks, Japanese Reconnaissance Flight, German Maritime Activities, Australian Waters Mined by Japanese and Germany, Chemical Warfare, The Brisbane Line, Friendly Fire, Hotels Frequented by Military, Altercations, Riots, Crimes, Accidents, The Secret War, Bunkers, Tunnels, Fortifications, "Dumped, Buried, Burnt or saved", Residences and Buildings commandeered by Military, Schools @ War, Archerfield @ War, Archerfield Quarry, Bulimba @ War, Rockhampton @ War, Sunshine Coast @ War, The Redlands @ War, Townsville @ War, Celebrities @ War, Jack Heyn in the Southwest Pacific, Historical WWII Sites under Threat, Flying under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, WW2 Warbirds, Military Museums, Military Books and CD-Roms, Elsa Aircraft Recognition Card, Military Abbreviations and Terminology, Military Vehicles, Aussie Slang
460 Squadron RAAF, "G" for George, Lincoln Tales, Old 113, Do you believe in Gremlins, A Messerschmitt and a Blackbird on a Tree, Move over Red Baron, My Friend George the Stuka Pilot
Avalon Air Show, Caboolture '99 Air Spectacular, A Date with Juliet, Some old Airline Tickets and a Flight Log
The "Australia @ War" USB contains:-
"Australia @ War" web site
(well over 6,000 web pages - over 1.6 Gbytes of data)
Receive a copy of my
"WWII Self Help Research Tool for Australian Military Records"
at no extra cost
But wait, there's more!
you will also receive copies of
my seven published e-Books
at no extra cost
The "Australia @ War" USB will amaze you with the amount of historical information and rare photographs regarding military activities in Australia during WWII.
If you tell me what your area of interest is, I may be able to add some more information to the "Australia @ War" USB for you.