The Princely States Report website has some neat color plates of Indian Army unforms from the 1930s and 1940s. They’re originally from a pack of 50 Players Cigarette Cards.
For you colonial gamers, here is a page with useful information on British and Commonwealth Orders and Decorations.
Thanks to great figures from Bob Murch of Pulp Figures, and Mark Copplestone, there has been a growing interest in gaming in the “pulp” era. This site offers advice for game mastering in the pulps.
The owner of the Axis History site cautions: “This is an apolitical site dedicated to the history of the Third Reich and its allies. This is not a Nazi site, and I am not a Nazi.”
Its a good warning, because this sort of thing could easily be abused. That said, this is a good site with lots of information for wargamers. Of particular interest are the sections on the Axis allies, which have lots of good information on the units, decorations and equipment used.
To go along with the previous post on Red Actions!, the free Russian Civil War rules, here is the Jackson Gamers’ RCW site. There’s plenty here to look at!