Home Page World War II Armed Forces — Orders of Battle and Organizations Last Updated 29.06.2019
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I find GIF diagrams afford the best visual way to present the material.
The diagrams are fixed in size.
You should set your monitor resolution to at least 1024 x 768 pixels to avoid having to scroll back and forth.
Your browser should be able (or set) to handle images to appreciate this site.


Please note that
– the spelling of many place names varies over the course of the years and often depends on the originating language and country.
– different countries have different spelling for foreign places, areas, regions, countries, etc.

I have endeavoured to check the spelling of names in this site to ensure accuracy; however be aware of variations from present day spelling. Furthermore, I have applied those designations I am familiar with. So, adopt a liberal approach in your research in the interpretation of the entries.

You may be thinking these pages are too simple and drab.
There are no advertisements,
there are no e-mail envelopes flipping over and over,
and there are no sound bytes being thrown at you, not even the ones you can't turn off.
Just lots of gif's, some text, a few tables (in clean HTML 4.01 Transitional).
NO q@!x#& FRAMES !!!!!!!!!!
And NO @#??$% sticky frames
(Uhh ... yes, well, umm, almost   ...   OK – just one teeny weeny little bitty page)


These pages done with the unlikely combination of
    Calc   —   LibreOffice [It's free. Some adjustments required when used to Excel.]
     Excel   —   Microsoft  [No longer used as it has become too expensive.]
    HomeSite+  —   Allaire [Bought up by Macromedia and then Adobe. Discontinued. I use verson 5.5 (2003).
                                Works well with CSE HTML Validator Lite integrated.]
    CSE HTML Validator Lite   —   HTML Validator [Free version discontinued, but standard version worth the price.]
    Paint Shop Pro   —   JASC Software [Taken over by Corel, and ruined. So I contiue with version 5.01 (1998).]
    Mapedit   —   Boutell Com [Outline any object on a GIF, and it automatically makes an link. Easy and handy.]
    Tableizer!  —   Danny Sanchez [Simple online ap to convert text or spreadsheets to very basic HTML tables. Just great.]
    Pixel font editor   —   SimpleFont [Unfortunately now defunct.]
 
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