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History on CD-ROM (WWII Intelligence Manuals)

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    November, 2005
History on CD-ROM (WWII Intelligence Manuals)
Posted by Anonymous on Friday, December 13, 2002 10:19 AM
This looked interesting. This company is selling copies of old WWII manuals on CD-ROM. They have a examples of a couple pages for many of the manuals which is interesting to look through (even if you're not interested in buying).

History on CDROM

If anyone has ever dealt with this company or knows anything about them, I'd be interested in hearing about your experience.

DISCLAIMER: I don't know anything more about this company/site than what I saw by looking at the website. So don't go ordering something just because it's posted here. As with all things, do your research before buying.



Have you ever wondered what U.S. Naval Intelligence and Military Intelligence knew about the ships, planes, and armored vehicles of the enemy, neutral, and allied forces during World War II?

Well - wonder no more!

The U.S. intelligence departments produced hundreds of different RESTRICTED, CONFIDENTIAL, and SECRET recognition and technical manuals during the war. Now you can own copies of these important historical manuals in an easy to use and store format on CD-ROM.

--from History on CDROM
  • Member since
    November, 2005
Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, January 07, 2003 5:14 PM
Im debating, but, uh, you must surf the web a lot to find this. It has a lot of good info for scratchbuilders i'd assume or someone looking for the right vehivles used in what places under what circumstance and with what. i think ill get it.
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    November, 2005
Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, January 07, 2003 8:18 PM
Me surf the web a lot? (hehe...)
I love doing research and looking for stuff online - almost like a challenge. But what's more fun are the tangents I find myself taking while looking for stuff (especially historical type of stuff). I've come across so many things I've never heard or read about before. Smile [:)]

If you do decide to order one, please let me know if it's any good. They sound interesting, but I'm afraid that my expectations (or actually my enthusiasm) would be too great and I would be disappointed.

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