THE MILITARY HISTORY JOURNAL
Published bi-annually in conjunction with the South African Military History Society, the journal carries articles on military history (especially South African military history), as well as book reviews, letters, personal reminiscences and news of the activities of the Military History Society. For further information on the South African Military History Society: visit their website.
NEXT MILITARY HISTORY SOCIETY MEETING
Due to there being very little support for the Friends, the activities of the organisation have been suspended until further notice.
THE JOHANNESBURG ZOO
Situated next to the Museum in the Herman Ecksteen Park, the Johannesburg Zoo is a tranquil green oasis filled with over 3 000 birds, mammals and reptiles. The Zoo is one place where you can see the African Big Five animals close up. For more information on the Zoo visit their website
A comprehensive naval aviation history site about aircraft, squadrons and ships of the Royal Navy, South Africa and the Commonwealth. Includes unique information about Royal Navy aviation in the UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States, as well as worldwide preserved ships/aircraft, museums, associations and research archives. For more information visit their website
www.tuttostoria.net. Additional information about this can be found on their website
Serious about flying. This glossy magazine, featuring all aspects about the local aviation industry, is published monthly. Further information can be found on their website
This website has a wealth of Irish historical content and depicts the role of the Irish soldier through the ages, no matter what uniform he wore or wears. For more information visit their website.
This website is about the Mayo Memorial Peace Park opened in Castlebar, Ireland. Mayo born service personnel who lost there lives whilst serving in the South African forces are locate on their own memorial wall. For more information visit their website
Situated in the northern Johannesburg suburb of Parkhurst in close proximity to the Museum
For further information please go to the website.