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Use this link to access the CRRL databases.
e-edition of the newspaper for use at school (cannot be remotely accessed).
Click the e-edition link on the right after being redirected to the NIE homepage.
This might be a resource for some eighth grade science projects.
This is the real thing--not just any Webster dictionary.
Browse student resources
Holocaust materials for students
Filter by grade and then type of media.
Information about D-Day from the national memorial website.
Spartacus Educational does a good job of grouping the many topics about WWII.
a good overview of the topic
Learn about the US Army's involvement in the war and all the different areas of the globe where they were active.
Click on the topic that most closely matches your research topic.
WWII materials available through the LOC.
WWII topics and biographies
Good info, but also lots of ads that are distracting.
(from England) This page is not being updated, but the archived resources are good.
This website is written by teachers in the UK.
There isn't a lot of information to read about on this website, but if you can get your parents to take you there (it's not far up the road from Stafford!), they do have a WWII exhibit.