Below is a list of links which I hope you will visit. All I have visited personally and would recommend to you.
Mike Holdoway - has brought us quite simply the most definitive work on the Internet concerning WWII convoys. Includes work by the late Arnold Hague which has not been seen before.
Brian Watson created the website in 2011 to assist those unable to get to the World War 2 memorial themselves. He has photographed all of the WW2 panels - an excellent resource.
Ships Nostalgia - this site is a must see. A wonderful collection of ships past and present and a vibrant community of seafarers, ex-seafarers and others with just an interest in the sea and shipping. All of them very willing to help you whether you want to ask research questions or chat about your memories of the sea.
The Clyde-Built Database Over 20,000 records of ships built on the Clyde over the past 200 years. Free!
Richard Overall has produced a wonderful website dedicated to the RANGITIKI, one of the three famous Rangi~Boats, from the fleet of cargo/liners of the New Zealand Shipping Company, which sailed in deep water in the golden age of British shipping. A wonderful tribute to Richard's father C.Philip "Mick" Overall and all who sailed on a classic ship.
Brian Probetts has a brilliant website and forum. So if you are looking for old friends or have a question to ask please pay him a visit.
Tony Jones has created a mariners treasure here. It's an excellent site and well worth a vist.
World War 2 Talk is an excellent forum discussing all aspects of the Second World War. Well worth a visit.
Ted Harris has compiled a vast resource detailing the unofficial history of the Australian & New Zealand Armed Services.
Cristiano D'Adamo has an excellent site about the Italian Navy during WWII.
The Mariners List is a great resource. Ask those knowledgable folk anything about seamen and ships. Particulary useful if you need to know the facts about ships now long gone.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commision an excellent site where you can search the "Debt of Honour Register" for those who lost their lives in two world wars. Includes civillians and seafarers lost at sea, who have no grave but the sea.
The John H. Marsh Maritime Research Center is another excellent resource for purchasing photographs of ships now long gone.
U-boat.net an excellent resource dealing with the U-boat war. Also deals in depth with attacks on merchant vessels.
Hearts of Oak is part of a wonderful website by Raymond Forward. Full of photos and very useful information. A great research resource.
David Page has a website with a wonderful collection of Royal Naval photographs from the mid 1800's to the 21st Century.
Ozires Moraes has written a wonderful website focusing on the war in the South Atlantic including the loss of many merchant ships. Well worth visiting.
Flags of the World - many shiping company's flags here. Well worth a visit.
Will McArthur - has produced very interesting site about Glasgow and the people who live and lived there. Many stories and photographs - a huge site, get yourself a big cuppa and off you go down memory lane. Will has a section of his site dedicated to our forces and the Merchant Navy.
Robin Williams - has produced an excellent documentary "Mayday Tugs of War" a tribute to the Tugmen of WWII.
Bob Richardson - has produced an excellent site about the Canadian Expeditionary Force during World War I.
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