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WW2DB's Fourth Anniversary

29 Dec 2008

The World War II Database is celebrating its fourth birthday today! With the past anniversary posts, I was able to report news of growth. This one is no different. Monthly page view count is nearing 400,000, and the content has expanded significantly as well (growth since last anniversary in parenthesis).

Of course, continued support from the team makes this progress possible. Contributors such as Morgan Bell and newcomers such as David Stubblebine all moved forward the little project called WW2DB that started out only as an extension of my own World War II notebook. As I said last year on this date: Stay tuned - the best is yet to come!

C. Peter Chen
Founder and Editor
World War II Database



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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. BryanH says:
29 Dec 2008 05:04:56 PM

Congrats, Peter. The DB is a force!
2. Kasin says:
30 Dec 2008 10:00:43 AM

Congrats on you anniversary. I'm looking for info on a Walther P38. Glad I found your page.

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