- The Raymond J. Lord Collection – An archive of freely-distributed combat treatises and fencing manuals, hosted by the Massachusetts Center for Renaissance Studies.
- Massachusetts Center for Renaissance Studies from which ARMS is based.
While the following sites are not "endorsed" by the Association, they are widely recognized sites and should prove useful for further inquiry.
- Schielhau.org – An online translation project of various historical treatises, including Meyer, by Mike Rasmussen.
- Journal of Western Martial Arts – A WMA e-journal.
- myArmoury – An site with extensive galleries of weapons and armor, but also many articles regarding swords and collecting, and hands-on reviews of reproduction blades.
- The Armour Archive – Various essays on the making of maille, and some discussion forums covering a range of topics, including WMA.
- De Re Militari – The Society for Medieval Military History, with its own online journal, book reviews, bibliography, etc.
- Maciejowski Bible – Illuminations depicting Biblical events as though taking place in the middle ages.
- Internet Medieval Sourcebook – Repository for public domain texts from the Middle Ages.
Other WMA Groups
- Academy of European Medieval Martial Arts – A large WMA group based in Canada with a very regularized training regime. Their web-page has an extensive collection of manuals, in various languages, practice videos, and historical documents, including the entirety of the Bayeaux Tapestry.
- The Association of Renaissance Martial Arts – A nationwide HEMA group, based in Houston, Texas. Their site has a large collection of manual scans, a (fairly technical) discussion forum and articles on HEMA.
- Chicago Swordplay Guild – Extensive glossary of medieval terms and many links to online texts and weapon distributers.
- The Exiles – Various resources, including manuals, videos and articles.
- Sword Forum International – Undoubtedly the largest discussion board of WMA (and some other related topics) on the web. They used to be an online sword/WMA magazine, which was very good, and the old issues are still available.
- Purpleheart Armoury – Makers of good quality wasters (wooden training swords).
- Arms & Armor – Makers of high-quality reproduction blades.
- Albion Armorers – Del Tin distributor. They also make scabbards, aluminum practice blades, and sell the works of some noteworthy smiths.
- Kris Cutlery - Primarily they make eastern blades, but do also have a line of relatively functional (if not pretty) Medieval swords.