Archive 1944-45 is an independent, not-for-profit resource, primarily focusing on the study of late WWII German military vehicles, equipment and combat history. Its aim is to share research in a constructive and appropriately cited manner, where feasible; in order to assist fellow researchers, vehicle restorers, illustrators, model makers and authors.
Fair Warning: While this site hopes to be of assistance, all the unique material posted here is subject to copyright and all original research remains the intellectual property of the contributor. Any individual, organisation or company who attempts to plagiarise, or otherwise unreasonably usurp the material posted on this site will be identified here for the public record. As a punitive action, the contents of any infringing commercial publication may also end up available online for free download under the terms of this fair warning. Please note: publications relying on sources who have plagiarised this site are not exempted from punitive action. Authors/publishers are strongly advised to check the integrity of their sources carefully before going to print.
This site is run in conjunction with the research and modelling discussion group Panzerfunk
and the consumer watchdog and product review site Sperrlinie