Even before Princess Diana's death last summer, fans had created Web sites devoted to her. After the accident, the number increased. Here are some of the most compelling from a long list.
Princess Diana Webring: A Diana admirer has assembled a loose aggregation of sites, known on the Web as a "ring," concerning the Princess.
The Diana Memorial Fund: In an effort to encourage giving, Charity.net has assembled a list of charities to which Diana contributed time and money.
Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed vacationing before the accident.
Links To Diana-Related Charities : This fan has compiled a list links to charities, many of them active in the U.S., with whom Diana worked.
Diana, Princess of Wales : Strangely enough, the British Monarchy has an official Web site. Perhaps even more strangely, it has a section devoted to Diana.
Landmine Survivors Network: In the months before her death, Diana became heavily involved in this non-profit group, which tries to help landmine victims lead full lives, and tries to educate people on the proliferation of mines around the world.
United Nations Demining Page: The UN site has a section devoted to the dangers of land mines. Find out casualty figures for countries around the world, as well as information, most of it depressing, about mines around the world: For example: There are right now 110 million mines scattered around the world. For every mine cleared, there are 20 laid.
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written by David Kohn