Barnardo’s Homes http://www.barnardos.org.uk/what_we_do/who_we_are/history/barnardos_homes.htm The website says “Barnardo’s ran hundreds of children’s homes across the UK from Thomas Barnardo’s day until the 1970’s. We don’t run orphanages and children’s homes anymore. However, this is a complete directory of all the homes and what has happened to them”. Note: I have used this list while doing research, and have found it to be a good list to locate Barnardo’s homes in the UK.
Genealogy Home Children in Canada http://coolenconnections.hubpages.com/hub/Genealogy-Home-Children-in-Canada This is a new site, provides an excellent list of Home Children websites in Canada.
Gone Researching: Genealogy experiences, thoughts, ... and we'll see where we go with this http://goneresearching.blogspot.com This new blogger is following family line in Ontario, among others.
Photos: New Brunswick’s Internment Camp B70 http://www.edmontonjournal.com/news/Brunswick+Internment+Camp+photos/8746644/story.htmlThis is a photo archives of Internment Camp B70, located in Ripples, N.B. It housed more than 700 Jews in the early months of the Second World War.
Blackberry tea honours group's wartime heritage http://www.canada.com/Blackberry+honours+group+wartime+heritage/8883306/story.html Read about how the British Columbia Women's Institute helped the Second World War effort by canning fruit and vegetables and sending them to Britain.