Links are connections to valuable places for History – Historians – Military – Militarians. This page is free for all and is updated manually to keep control over the new entries. Basically I want to exchange links with the following niches / categories under the entry form. To allow me to check your website and the EUCMH link on your page, please use the form bellow step by step.
Please use the url : https://www.eucmh.be for all links back to EUCMH.
Military World Related, Clubs, Associations, etc.
Canadian Military History
Military Heritage – Australia
Oxford Bibliographies – Military History
SHAPE to Day
University of Amsterdam (History)
US Army Center of Military History
War History Online
99th Infantry Battalion (Separate) Official Group
EUCMH Chat Board Facebook Page & Group
Grenades & Ordnance 20th Century
Marion’s Engineers Combat battalion Group
US Army Horse and Mule units from ww2 and beyond
US Field Gear Junkies
Modeling & Diorama
Model & Reduction & Dioramas (Flemish)(Forum)
Military History – Allies – 1940-1945
1-ID – 1-ID Big Red One on Wikipedia
2-ID – 2-ID Second to None on Wikipedia
3-ID – 3-ID Rock of the Marne on Wikipedia
4-ID – 4-ID Ivy Division on Wikipedia
5-ID – 5-ID Red Diamond on Wikipedia
6-ID – 6-ID Red Star on Wikipedia
7-ID – 7-ID Hourglass on Wikipedia
8-ID – 8-ID Golden Arrow on Wikipedia
9-ID – 9-ID Old Reliable on Wikipedia
10-ID – 10-MD (Mountain) Mountaineer on Wikipedia
30-ID – Definitely the Best Worldwide 30-ID Website
35-ID – 35th Infantry Division Association
35-ID – Coulthart : 134-ID – 35th Infantry Division
35-ID – 35th Infantry Division Memory
442-RCT – Densho – Home of the Nisei
Like 2 Do – General History WW-2
Battle of the Bulge
Battle of the Bulge Memories
Engineer Combat in the ETO (VI Corps CE)
Museums to Visit (Worth the Trip)
War Heritage Institute – Belgian Armed Forces Museum Bruxelles
National Museum of Military History – Diekirch LU
Doc Snafu has something to Say
Voluntary sponsorship is, I think, what I define as wet ammunition during an exchange of fire. This does not work for the simple reason that those who take advantage of the considerable work involved in creating, maintaining and implementing a website such as that of the European Center of Military History, are unable to demonstrate the least dose of respect for the webmaster. I know what I’m talking about because since 1995 I think I have tried everything but the sums collected are really insignificant. Note that not insignificant, I mean sums ranging from 10 Euros the year to 50 Euros.
Also, since this is the situation I just made an agreement with a Chinese firm and made the decision to take over the entire site of the European Center of Military History. It is interesting to note also that if I opted for this company it is simply because I am a frequent customer and that for three years I have never had the slightest problem in pre-sale as in aftermarket. These Chinese are knowledgeable, friendly and do not practice the art of – selling anything at all costs!
The quality of what they sell is also at the rendezvous. Here, I give you my word and I do not even talk about prices that generally, identical quality, is generally 30 to 70% cheaper than at home. As moreover they are currently busy installing distribution points in virtually every country in the world, shipping costs are no longer a problem either. I would end by saying that these sponsors work on the commission (3-8%) depending on your purchases and that is why I intend to advance the European Center of Military History.
One last point! If some banners are not a problem on a military history site, there are others that do not really fit. As I know that many women also visit my site, I decided to put all the banners on the links page because there are really beautiful things for girls too. This will explain why all the banners are here. Don’t forget to bookmark this page because you will have links to over 200.000 items which is twice more as an huge Walmart Shopping Mall.
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