Britain at WarThis was the first site award I received in 1998, this did give me an incentive to carry on getting up at 6am to write some pages.



Grunt Gold Award“You have two really great sites! I am pleased to award you with Grunt's Gold Web Award.”

This was appreciated the other one is COFEPOW



Outstanding Military Site “I spent a very enjoyable evening browsing your site. You've put some excellent information and enjoyable reading for us.”

Thanks for the comments.



Web Worksite  We have visited and reviewed your site and thought it showed a great deal hard work and effort. You should be proud of your accomplishments. AwardOur editors have selected your site as one of the best military sites on the Web. recognizes your website as a valued resource for the military community. We salute you and your efforts. In appreciation, we would like to present you with our Distinguished Military Site Award



tophonors2Our two-judge committee has visited your web site and reviewed the contents. Your web site is exceptional, and we are pleased to give you our TOP HONORS award. History is important, and we cannot let people forget the men and women who fought for us. Your web pages were historical and interesting.

Due to the large number of active military, veterans, and military civilians in our community, please note we do not give out our TOP HONORS award. In your case, the judges found your web site to be especially exceptional and you did a great job! Congratulations!



Geocities Monthly Military Award


military2I am writing to inform you that after reviewing the other sites that had won our military award for March, we have chosen "Britain at War" as our military site of the month.

I have placed your site on our monthly winner's page. You are now in the running for our Military Site of the Year award. Good luck and maybe I'll be seeing you again in January.




GoldAward2001I have found your site to be worthy of my Gold award of excellence.

Your site has touched me in many ways, you see my dad was a POW for 42 months during WWII. He was a prisoner of the Japanese. His story is called Hard Way Back. It is on my site.

Thank you for sharing and making the www a better place to learn from past mistakes.



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