Around the world we are many of the same "species" having been infected with the "Green Disease".. the passion for old retired army vehicles. That being on track or wheels or even on wings.. it does not matter.. when we meet, there is an instant "click" and we can enjoy the same silly things, such as the sound of an Sherman Tank starting up, a Spitfire flying by or even the sound of a WW2 Jeep speeding up in 2nd gear... What a thrill and yet, we know that the world around us can only shake their heads and feel sorry for us.
But who cares, we are happy and as long as we are happy.. our world around us is happy with us......
Below is some useful links if you would like to take a journey on the web.. there are many very interesting websites to visit... so I would like to wish you a good journey, but do come back to www.jeepww2myworld again.
ASSOCIATIONS, WEB SITES & MUSEUMS:
Very extensive and detailed Dutch website with many maps and illustrations and tour suggestions in Normandy.
Malaya Historical Group (MHG). This is the site you need to follow if you have an interest in the WW2 history of Malaya. This includes the finding of old wrecks, fortifications in the jungle and research. Worthwhile to follow. "The Frost Archives" will closely follow the groups activities:
Dansk Militærhistorisk Køretøjsforening (Danish Military Historical Vehicle Association):
Reenactment Association Denmark. World War Two Tommies (DK): www.ww2tommies.dk
THE World War Two Jeep website with a lot of interesting and relevant information:
The Military Vehicle Trust (UK):
Military Vehicle Preservation Association (USA):
Invicta Military Vehicle Preservation Society:
Glasgow University Department for Battlefield Archaeology:
Imperial War Museum - London:
Dallas Auto (UK)
MD Juan (PH)
MILWEB (UK) another good place to source your WW2 spareparts and equipment: