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World Militaria Webring
International webring hosting details of hundreds of medal and militaria dealers and their websites across the globe

Tom Donovan Editions
Tom is both a specialist book publisher, as well as a dealer in rare and used military books. Both of his websites are well worth a visit for anyone interested in obtaining new or rare titles, especially with regards to the Great War. Tom is also a medal collector, and hence his stock is well peppered with biographical materials, regimental histories and army lists

Vimy Militaria
One of the best sources for Canadian medals and militaria. Run by Jim Godefroy, himself a medal collector and serving Officer in the Canadian Armed Forces, his website offers a good selection of Orders, Decorations and Medals with a strong Canadian flavour as you would expect

Borderers Research
For anyone having an interest in Scottish military history in general, and in the medals of the Kings Own Scottish Boerderers and Cameronians in particular, then a visit this website run by medal collector, and Borderer Gerry ONeill is well recommended

Militaria Mart
Visit the dealers directory in the shopping mall for the largest selection of mostly United Kingdom based militaria dealers. Interestingly all members of Militaria Mart - irrespective of where they are located -are required to subscribe to a univeral code of conduct which ultimately is for the security and benefit of collectors who purchase on the world-wide-web

Cultman Collectables
Vist the family run business of Graham and Paul Baldwin for a selection of British and World; Medals, Insignia and Collectables

Anglo Boer War - Website
A useful resource covering all aspects of the Anglo Boer War 1899-1902. On this well illustrated website you will find much information on decorations and medals including; numbers awarded, the claspa issued, naming styles, gallantry award, as well as useful summaries on the regiments and units that served during the South African War

Indian Order of Merit: Volume I 1837-1860
Aberdeen Medals is delighted to help promote this, the keenly awaited, definitive history of the Indian Order of Merit - the oldest established gallantry award in the British Empire. The co-authors Cliff Parrett and Rana Chhina - both of whom I have known since the early 1980's - have here produced a tour de force, with this their first volume on the history of the Indian Order of Merit. For anyone having a general interest in gallantry medals and or a particular interest in the military history of British India, then this lavish reference book is required reading. Published by Tom Donovan Editions, you can read the publishers brochure and order the book directly by accessing the above link

Si Vis Pacem, Parra Bellum (for Spanish Colonial History & Medals)
A strongly recommended website / blog to visit, for anyone with an interest in Spanish Colonial Military History. Here you can read articles and see fine images of various Spanish Orders, Decorations and Medals awarded for diverse campaigns and expeditions in the Philippines, Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Sahara region - and much else besides. Google Translation will allow you access to a mine of information, not generally available in English language sites. The site is run by friends and collectors, Joan Herroro and Raimundo Miguel de Alonso, who will be pleased to correspond with like minded enthusiasts