Prisoners of War: A Story of Four
American Ex-Prisoners of War Organization
Vermont Chapter 1, American Ex-Prisoners
of War Organization
Commander of Vermont chapter American
Ex-Prisoners of War Organization
62 Hughes Road
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Vermont POW coordinator
at the Veterans Administration
(866) 687-8387 ext 5362
Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge
Veterans History Project
WWII Oral History sites:
The following sites all present oral history
research materials from work conducted with World War II veterans:
History of the Battle of Bulge:
Center for Military History.
The official US Army history of the Battle of the Bulge.
A secton of the terrific "Dad's War" website.
An excellent page that provides an overview of the Battle of the Bulge,
including an incomplete listing of the units involved.
Pages from the award-winning HyperWar
website containing primary source documents related to the Battle
of the Bulge.
A page from a personal website dedicated
to World War II. Includes maps of the Battle of the Bulge
and a few veteran's accounts.
Website for the PBS American Experience
documentary, The Battle of the Bulge. Contains a wealth of special
World War II Database--a
photographic site dedicated to World War II. These pages contain photographs
of the Battle of the Bulge.
Relics of the Battle of the Bulge.
A project to document the human beings behind the lost and abandoned
items of soldiers found throughout the area where the Battle of the
Bulge was fought. Although it is hampered by a persistent and annoying
Yahoo ad, it is nonetheless fascinating and moving.
The following websites and pages include
personal accounts of veterans of the Battle of the Bulge.
The Prisoner of War Experience:
The following websites and pages present
the personal experiences of American POWs from World War II: