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By , Sept. 2002. Updated June 27, 2011.

This is the continuation of the complete list of all the pages, all the URL's, on It is intended as a supplement to the main index page. I hope it is more helpful than confusing. The outline roughly follows the categories on the main page as well as the directory structure of the files.

Combat Airplanes of World War Two

F4F Wildcat
F4U Corsair
F6F Hellcat
F8F Bearcat
P-38 Lightning
P-39 Airacobra
Soviet P-39 Aces
Curtiss P-40 Warhawk
Republic P-47 Thunderbolt
P-51 Mustang
P-61 Black Widow - Night Fighter
Aces' Descriptions of WW2 Fighter Planes
Air Wins of Naval-type Fighters
Specifications of Fighter Planes
Japanese Fighters

Messerschmitt Bf 109

Focke-Wulf 190

B-17 Flying Fortress
B-24 Liberator
B-25 Mitchell
B-29 Superfortress
SB2C Helldiver
TBF/TBM Avenger

Cradle of Aviation Museum
WW2 Aircraft Manufacturers
Aircraft Manufacturers Time Line
Nose Art
F-86 Sabre Jet
X-15, America's First Spaceship

World War One Aviators and Airplanes

Buy 'Fokker Dr I Aces of World War 1' at
British Empire:
Albert Ball
Mick Mannock
James McCudden
Billy Barker
Billy Bishop
Ray Collishaw
Zeppelin Killers
Rene Fonck
Georges Guynemer
Charles Nungesser
Oswald Boelcke
Hermann Goering
Max Immelmann
Lothar von Richthofen
Manfred von Richthofen, The Red Baron
Ernst Udet
Erich Löwenhardt
The Lafayette Escadrille

U.S. Aces in British Service
Raoul Lufbery
Frank Luke, The Arizona Balloon Buster
   Map of Frank Luke's Activities
Billy Mitchell
Eddie Rickenbacker
WWI Airplanes:
Fokker Dr.I Triplane
Sopwith Camel
Fokker D VII

Hall of Fame of the Air

Aviation Pioneers

Amelia Earhart
Frank Hawks

Howard Hughes 
Charles Kingsford Smith
Charles Lindbergh
Wiley Post
Alexander de Seversky


Prisoners of War (POWs)
Navy Sideboy
email from Flt. Lt. Freddie Clarke's son
Medal of Honor Recipients
U.S. Medals of WWII
Battle of Midway, June 1942
Flying Tigers - American Volunteer Group (AVG)
World War Two Information - Facts and Firsts
WWII Pictures
Totally Unrelated to Aviation:
Shakespeare Dictionary

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