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Miniatures: Guide to Military Scale Modeling" website.
This site provides a comprehensive military miniatures guide to military scale
modeling to assist enthusiasts who might like to specialize in a particular
sub-field like country, time period, war or type of model. Lots of great
information on a multitude of modeling sites and model manufacturers.
Submitted by Aubree from the Pathway To Empowerment (P2E) Youth Group.
http://www.kneedraggers.com/yoshimura/the_submarine_parts_performace_and_history/"The Submarine: Parts, Performance, and History". Good information on the development and history of the submarine, and all of the parts that make up a submarine. Also covers the use of the submarine in warfare and science. Good links to other stories on submarines. Submitted by Nicole R., The W.B. Goodwin Community Center, Springfield Pennsylvania. Thanks Nicole!
http://www.4bogreen.com/colorsGood site on WW II Russian armor. Run by publisher of a book on the KV tank. Submitted by Jim Guld
http://www.amps-armor.org/ampssite/preservation.aspx Jim Guld posted two pictorial "walk-arounds" on the Armor Modeling and Preservation Society website covering the M2A1 Half Track and M-18 Hellcat.Click on the link above and scroll down to find Jim's two entries. Lots of other walk-arounds can also be found. Submitted by Jim Guld
http://tinyurl.com/ASM1202 http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~pinniger/matchstickfleet/index.html Incredible "matchbox fleet" of 432 ships. All vessels are built entirely of matchsticks and boxes of wooden matches. Numerous amazing photos are on the web site. Submitted by Gordon Pegue.
http://www.partsgeek.com/mmparts/history_of_the_sub.html History and parts of the submarine; how submarines were used in wars. Submitted by Ms. Sarah Hanson's History Class - thanks!
http://www.amps-armor.org/ampssite/default.aspx Armor Modeling and Preservation Society website
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/fsachtml/fsowhome.htmlThis is from the Library of Congress.
http://www.bsbit.co.uk/kt/kt2.html Assembling Aber pe German tool clasps
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