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Below are some links that may be of interest to collectors. If you would like to have your link added, feel free to contact us.

Frederik Sokerivatsa carries an excellent selection of rare, original items from World War II, with an emphasis on German equipment and helmets. The site's reference section contains a wealth of knowledge, spanning from Waffen-SS camouflage to MP40 magazine pouches.

A very nice web shop, based in the Netherlands. Holding History carries a variety of items from World War II, with categories covering American, British, German, and even Dutch Militaria. The website's archival section showcases past offerings that speak to the quality of the site's inventory.

Ardennes44 is owned by Michel de Trez, author of American Paratrooper Helmets and director of the December 44 museum in La Gleize, Belgium. His online store offers numerous original artifacts, some of which were sourced directly from the area.​

The Luxembourg-based site carries a wide variety of desirable American and German items. Their website also maintains a "virtual museum", which showcases exceptionally rare pieces, such as original Waffen SS helmet covers.​

This site is run by William Kramer, a very active member of the Axis History Forum. His shop covers a vast array of mainly German militaria, from helmets, uniforms, insignia, and visors, to medals, boots, caps, buckles, flags, field gear, and more.​

This is another quality site based in the Netherlands. It's owned by Jeroen Zegelaar and carries German, Dutch, and even Russian militaria from the second world war. It has a pretty voluminous paperwork and ephemera selection at the time of writing.​

This is a Canada-based militaria site, with a diverse inventory of not only Canadian pieces, but also U.S., German, French, Russian, Japanese, Italian, and more! A lifetime guarantee of authenticity backs each item sold.

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