Bibliography and List of Sources


Brown, Kenneth T. Marauder Men: World War II in the Crucial but Little Known B-26 Marauder Medium Bomber: a Memoir/History. Pacifica, California: Pacifica Military History. 2001.

Freeman, Roger A. B-26 Marauder at War. New York: Scribner's. 1978.

Moench, John O. Marauder Men: an Account of the Martin B-26 Marauder. Longwood, Florida: Malia Enterprises. 1989.


(NOTE: not all of these sites were used directly in the development of this project; a few I simply came across and wanted to include as aids to readers seeking more information; a few of the websites from which I found images and other information are no longer functional and I could not find their new URLs)

398th Bomb Group Memorial Association. Source of a contemporary photograph of Bluie-West One airfield in Greenland.

Air and Space Museum. This Museum, on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., is part of the Smithsonian Institution system.

Air Force Museum. The Museum is located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.

Aircraft of World War II. Information, including technical details, and images of aircraft from all countries whose air forces were in the War.

Auto Parts Playground: a Student's Guide to American World War II Vehicles. (Thanks to Mrs. Henson's students for letting me know about this good reference site.) An informational and commemorative site, whose subtitle is "Keeping the Spirit of Marauder Men Alive and Well."

B-26 Marauder Archives. Operated by the Library at the University of Akron.

B-26 Marauder Historical Society. This archive is located at the Pima Air and Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona.

Barrage Balloons in World War II. Site is a commemoration of the 225th AAA Searchlight Battalion; this particular page focuses on the use of barrage balloons by this unit, but also includes some general information about them.

DFC (Distinguished Flying Cross) Society. The Society is interested in preserving and publicizing the history and traditions of the decoration.

National Archives. A vast resource of records, images, and video.

Naval History & Heritage Command. The Center is located at the Washington Navy Yard in Washington, D.C.

Remembering Bluie West One. Historical information and remembrances of this base in Greenland.

Veterans History Project. This project, undertaken by the Library of Congress, attempts to collect as many stories and as much material as possible from veterans.

Wikipedia. Of course, you can find an informational page on just about anything here. Since some of the sites I used when first developing this website are no longer functional, it might be the only location for information on some locations, artifacts, and events.

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