There is a terrific British Toy Soldier Museum at Hatfield House which is really worth a visit!

Military Art by Synergeez provides a unique touch of framed military art for your home or as a gift for someone special. Their military art galleries include over 2,168 images of assorted US ships, battleships, aircraft carriers, and various US aircraft; including fighters and bombers.

cn-graphix.com 
Carl & Nancy’s Military Graphics
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http://www.armymuseums.org.uk/amot-search/default.asp?Category=Amot&Service=Museum-Display&reference=0000000039Guards Museum, London – Uniforms, Colours, weapons, silver, medals, pictures and many interesting items of memorabilia depoicting the lives in peace and war of the men who served Sovereign and Country in the regiments of Foot Guards.

The Napoleon Series was founded in 1996 and is the largest Napoleonic site in English on the internet. There are over 7,000 articles, photographs, illustrations, and maps on every aspect of the Napoleonic Wars. The Napoleon Series is updated twice a month and averages 1,000 new items a year!

Toy Soldier Magazine
http://www.toy-soldier.com
All the latest information on toy soldiers and military miniatures.

Visit Regiments, a great historical site, http://regiments.org, about the Land Forces of Britain, the Empire and the Commonwealth.

Old and hard to find books are available worldwide from BSP Gallery Bookshop.

Find out “Something about Everything Military” From The Revolution To Nuclear Subs. It is an interesting informational site by vetran Hillard E. Johnmeyer, WWII, 8th Air Force, 2nd Air Division, 389th Bomb Group, Korea.

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