WW2DB's Third Anniversary

29 Dec 2007

As of today, the World War II Database is three years old. In many ways, the site has grown. Like the past year, visitor traffic has increased significantly, with the site seeing over 200,000 page views every month. If you remember last year's second anniversary update, it mentioned the site hosted 195 visitors a day; the number has grown to about 700. New sections such as weapons, glossary, operations, and documents were opened this year. The team has grown, too, with Thomas Houlihan sharing many book reviews, Alan Chanter writing various types of articles, and Janice Kim helping to collect and publish historical documents. Figures on the site's content is as follows; note the numbers in parenthesis show the growth over the past year.

I would like to take the opportunity to show my appreciation for the continued support from the WW2DB visitors, for truly it is truly your return visits and the occasional words of encouragement that keeps this site going. Stay tuned - the best is yet to come!

C. Peter Chen
Founder and Editor
World War II Database

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1. seamus says:
29 Dec 2007 01:51:13 PM

Right on, Pete! Congrats...

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