Code Guardian is a teriffic short film — done with computer generated graphics — about a giant Nazi robot’s attack on an Allied port.
Matakishi has some instructions with photos for making World War II era buildings out of sheets of cork.
Here’s one for Flames of War players who may want to pay closer attention to historical accuracy. Bill Stone offers a database of armies of World War II:
Armies of the Second World War” is an online database of day-by-day orders of battle and information about hundreds of division, brigade, and regiment-sized units in World War II. Information currently available in the database covers Commonwealth, Dominion, Colonial, Exile, and “Minor” Allied armies in Europe, Africa, and western Asia from 1 September 1939 through 7 May 1945.
Years ago, GDW used to hand out copies of a simple Frank Chadwick game called Battle for Moscow. I’ve got a copy, and have used it to introduce players to board style hex wargaming. If you dont’ have a copy of this classic, you can download it here.
JD Burgess’ site has a list of major WWII air war campaigns. For each, he has lists of the planes that participated, with links to photos and information.