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Kaiser Wilhelm II in Naval Uniform.

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Kaiser's Bunker - Tony Schnurr's website is probably the best single reference on Imperial German pickelhaubes on the Web. Highly informative, always changing and improving. It is a gem.


pickelhaubes.com - Brian Loree has created an excellent reference site and the best forum for pickelhaube collectors on the Web. An absolute must for any serious collector.

Brian also provides a very valuable service to the collecting community as a restorer of pickelhaubes. The quality of his workmanship is very highly thought of.


Colonel J's - Joe Robinson's site is another excellent source of information on pickelhaubes.

He has published several invaluable essays on his website  covering  specific topics related to pickelhaubes and pickelhaube collecting. Also of great value are his reviews of reference material.


Imperial Militaria Forum - Another valued source of information for the collector. Part of the Wehrmacht-Awards.com family of forums, the Imperial Militaria forum deals mostly with orders and medals but covers other related topics as well.


Imperial Uniforms and Headgear Forum - In early 2005, this forum spun off from the main Imperial Militaria Forum, above. Another valued source of information on Imperial German uniforms and pickelhaubes.


The Prussian Military Machine - Another fine website covering a wide range of topics relating to the structure of the Imperial German army, including a valuable biographical section.


Austro-Hungarian Land Forces 1848-1918 - By Glenn Jewison & Jörg C. Steiner, a truly magnificent piece of work. Describes the history and structure of the Austro-Hungarian military machine in depth.


Imperial German Orders, Medals & Decorations - Andreas M. Schulze Ising's excellent website focusing on information for the collector. A number of highly informative articles to help beginning and experienced collector, alike, avoid some of the pitfalls of collecting these beautiful pieces.


The Heritage of the Great War - Rob Ruggenber's extraordinary website examines the Great War with brutal objectivity. It is truly a fascinating site.

You should understand that the author's primary goal is to lend balance to the reader's view of WW1 history. Mr. Ruggenber, a Dutch journalist, sets out to remind us of those pieces of history which "historians" and our sainted leaders have worked so hard to remove from the history books.


Alexander Zharov - Headquartered in Moscow, Russia, Alexander offers a wide selection of beautifully- crafted Imperial Russian, Provisional Government and Soviet decorations and medals.


Should you find one of the above links to be inoperable or to have changed, please contact me so I can correct it immediately. Many thanks.


 
 

 

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