Post your reenactment unit and location

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Hessler64
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Re: Post your reenactment unit and location

Post by Hessler64 » 30 Aug 2012 14:09

We reenact the 12th.SS PZ Div H.J's I/25 4thkp. We are located in the Mid Atlantic Area of the U.S.A . Our unit's website:

http://www.12thsshj.com

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Re: Post your reenactment unit and location

Post by MAPMFF » 09 Nov 2012 05:28

Currently a member of the 3rd Panzer Grenadiers, located in New England, USA

Come check out our new FB page!

https://www.facebook.com/3PGDREENACTORS

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Post by Tomislav » 23 Dec 2012 22:47

Fundacja Historii Polskiej Broni Pancernej (Foundation of polish armor history)

We reeinact armored units of polish army from period 1919 - 1939.
Have two replicas of Renault FT 17 tank and two replicas of wz. 34 armoured car.

Basic topics:
- 1 tank regiment formed in France in 1919 within the confines of so called Blue Army then moved to Poland and used intensively during polish - soviet war 1919 - 1920,
- different units using both Renault FT 17 and wz. 34 during polish campaign 1939.

Link to you tube movie with dynamic presentation of one of ours Renaults
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcWYCS1GPH8

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Re: Post your reenactment unit and location

Post by Bf-109 G Pilot » 24 Jan 2013 22:10

I have been a member of The Capital Wing of The Airman's Preservation Society for the last 10 years. We attend air shows, veteran's events, and Reunions mostly centering on the Army Air Corps. We are very close to the LARA group who attends many events with us. (Luftwaffe Aircrew Re-enacting Association)

Our website is: www.capitalwingaps.org

Best, Mike
The greatest part of studying and collecting Luftwaffe memorabilia is the memory of the men who, without any political affiliation, fought until they died or were severly injured.

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Looking for Illinois unit for the future

Post by jtemple507 » 08 Feb 2013 11:53

I am only in high school now, but once I get out I plan to go into reenacting. Are there any units, US or German, that reenact in the Chicago/Joliet area? I may also learn to fly, so a fighter group would be cool too. I look forward to checking units out extensively and hopefully have my mind set on one by graduation! -Jeremiah
Shooting 'em down in flames!

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Re: Post your reenactment unit and location

Post by alltoes » 31 Mar 2013 18:41

12TH SS WWW.CHGWW2.NET This is a great group of men and women re-enactors of British, American, Canadian, German, Italian, Russian, and Japanese units. We re-enact in California, usually southern part. Our particular unit, the 12th SS, is very dedicated. All equipment, uniforms, etc. must be within specific period, which is late war. Motorized vehicles include a Hetzer, 3 half-tracks, multiple motorcycle/sidecars, and trucks.

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Post by Rainer Schmidt » 11 Jun 2013 19:50

Hello,

I portray an average Soldat in the Heer. We are associated with the First Special Service Force Living History Association located in Calgary and Edmonton Alberta, Canada. This is the 2nd year of the association and we are growing. The FSSFLHA generally hosts three public blank-fire demonstrations, several static displays, and several tactical events focused on training each year.

http://www.firstspecialserviceforcelha.com

Below is a picture of those members who attended a recent public display for the Calgary Military Museums. Some "Farb" is always had at the beginning of new units, but we've made great strides, and our quality of members is on the climb
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Re: Post your reenactment unit and location

Post by UnteroffizierLuke » 16 Jun 2013 04:12

I'm Luke and I'm trying to start a group in southwestern PA (Pennsylvania). My impression at the moment is a generic Heer Unteroffizier, and for my group I'm planning on a generic heer infantry no specific battalion for flexibility on the differant battle fields and fronts, but other impressions are welcome but generic Heer infantry or Fallschirmjäger are the main impressions, although if you are interested in any type of Wehrmacht reenactment and you live in southwestern PA I would glad to hear from you. Email me at guapoluke3@yahoo.com or look my page on Facebook 'ww2 german Reenacting Indiana PA (southwestern PA)'. Unteroffizier Luke
Grenadier D. Geff Buttner
Luke G Barto
guapoluke3@yahoo.com

Searching for any info on a German soldier named D. Geff Buttner, rank unknown, France, name was found painted inside a german helmet that was a vet bring back.

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Re: Post your reenactment unit and location

Post by UnteroffizierLuke » 12 Jul 2013 19:00

KAMPFGRUPPE DES HEERES (ww2 german Reenacting group Indiana PA (southwestern PA)) will be seeking members in (nearest to farthest) PA, MD, OH, WV, NY. KAMPFGRUPPE DES HEERES is a generic everyday Heer infantry group. If you want to join gimme an email guapoluke3@yahoo.com
Grenadier D. Geff Buttner
Luke G Barto
guapoluke3@yahoo.com

Searching for any info on a German soldier named D. Geff Buttner, rank unknown, France, name was found painted inside a german helmet that was a vet bring back.

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Re: Post your reenactment unit and location

Post by rowdyrugby » 04 Jun 2014 00:53

http://dcli.weebly.com/

Just joined the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, based out of Chicagoland.

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Re: Post your reenactment unit and location

Post by lewys_phillips » 13 Jun 2014 14:11

Hello!

"Das Reich" we are from the UK and we portray the men of 2nd Kompanie Aufklarungsabteilung of the 2nd SS Panzer Division :)

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Bill Medland
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Re: Post your reenactment unit and location

Post by Bill Medland » 13 Jun 2014 23:33

2nd Kompanie Aufklarungsabteilung of the 2nd SS Panzer Division
My wifes late father served in this company, in the Ardennes, they spent Christmas to the south of Bastogne,
he lost his leg during the battle aged 17 and was released from POW camp in 1947.

I have published the history on my website if anyone is interested?

http://www.bills-bunker.de/65081.html

Cheers, Bill.

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Re: Post your reenactment unit and location

Post by lewys_phillips » 29 Jul 2014 00:45

My wifes late father served in this company, in the Ardennes, they spent Christmas to the south of Bastogne,
he lost his leg during the battle aged 17 and was released from POW camp in 1947.

I have published the history on my website if anyone is interested?

http://www.bills-bunker.de/65081.html

Cheers, Bill.


Wow! That is really interesting! I will have a look now I love looking at my unit's history thanks :)

cheers, Lewys

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Bill Medland
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Re: Post your reenactment unit and location

Post by Bill Medland » 29 Jul 2014 03:14

Glad to be of service Lewys :)

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Re: Post your reenactment unit and location

Post by colt45 » 14 Dec 2014 14:23

Image Iron works , Mt. Holly N.J.

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