If you've already learned about World War II, you probably recognize the people in the photos below. (These images are from the U.S. National Archives.)
There are plenty of useful internet resources for learning about World War II, but not quite as many interactive things as we found for World War I. Sites further down the list are more well-suited for older students and have more graphic content.
-- What was life like during the war?
-- Search through the rubble
-- Video clips from NeoK12/Youtube
-- Interactive timeline map
-- Overview and Interviews - by Scholastic
-- Excellent summary of war and the holocaust
-- WWII photo essay
-- Interactive map - by History.com
-- The American Perspective - by PBS
-- WWII in depth - by BBC
Which of these sites did you find interesting or useful?
What did you learn?