As a group, we strive for high accuracy and authenticity, we aim to be consistent in how we look as we portray the unit, all kit orders are thoroughly researched and will have references and reason behind them. The foundation of why we do this hobby is to honour the men who gave their lives for us today.
Hermann Goring Division
Hermann Goring Division were a Luftwaffe Armoured Division made up of Armoured units and Panzer Grenadiers as well as various other units including the Fuhrer train Flak unit , they had multiple roles through out the War they fought in Russia , Tunisia , Sicily , Italy , Central Europe ,
Ww2 allied forces
Mainly represent Polish Air force in WW2
French Army Reenactment Group
NATO immediate postwar
The FARG represent the common French soldier in the field during the 1960's in a context of a cavarly unit on a NATO exercise in 1962
Second World War
The Volkssturm-V3 recreates a late war unit of the Volkssturm, circa April – May 1945. Effectively the equivalent of the British Home Guard, the Volkssturm were originally created in October 1944 as a desperate last-ditch defence for Germany. They enrolled anyone, ranging from young boys of 14 through to men aged over 60, even women joined their ranks as the end approached. Equally, they were uniformed and equipped with a mishmash of anything that was available, often just an armband and a few rounds of ammunition each.
Volkssturm-V3 has a living history display that presents to the public the weapons, clothing and associated equipment utilised by the Volkssturm-V3. Our members tell the story of these formations and explain the weapons and equipment and answer any questions the public may have. It is a highly interactive display. We also take the field as a unit of volkssturm, all members have firearms certificates and participate accordingly in recreated combat circa WW2.
The Royal Warwickshire Regiment 1914 - 1918 Living History Group.
2nd Boer War c1901
The Warwicks 1900 - 1918 are a dedicated Living History Group formed to perpetuate the memory of the Great War soldier. Our aim is to portray the Royal Warwickshire Regiment soldier from 1900 to 1918 though dynamic displays and living history.
We parade as a Regular Infantry section from the 1st Battalion the Royal Warwickshire Regiment.
Regular training days are held to ensure drills are kept up to standard and that kit is correct. All our members are enthusiastic about the period and many have ties with the Warwickshire Regiment or Armed Forces.
Events are held are various locations throughout the country and we can be booked for a specific occasion, event, film work or to give advice.
Three Sixty History is a project designed to break the mould of living history.
Established in 2011, bringing together enthusiasts, former military personnel and creative industry members who were no longer satisfied with the current state of living history, Three Sixty History set about redefining what it meant to educate, honour and entertain through re-enactment.
Creating exciting and engaging educational projects across the UK, with their multi-award winning, explosive, live-action scenarios and highly immersive, detailed dioramas.
Their most popular display depicting events of 'The Battle of Mogadishu' continues to grow in popularity and the project is fully supported by actual US Forces Mogadishu veterans.
We are a group of Red Army re-enactors who enjoy portraying the rarely acknowledged contributions of the Soviet Union in the defeat of Nazi germany.
367 Corps of Military Police LHG
We represent and remeber the Corps of military police by faithfully reperesenting a vechile checkpoint and road block, checking ID's and searching for spys
US military police
World War II
Northern France (25 July – 14 September 44)(General Order (GO) #102, War Department (WD), 9 Nov 45)
Rhineland (15 September 1944 – 21 March 1945 (GO #118, WD, 12 December 1945)
Ardennes-Alsace (16 December 1944 – 25 January 1945 (GO #63, Department of the Army, 20 September 1948)
Central Europe (22 March 1945 – 11 May 1945 (GO #116, WD, 11 December, 45)
Days of combat: 190
Distinguished Unit Citations: 3
Freelance photographer. Copies of images made available free-of-charge & without watermarks/logos to organisers & those involved in the event via Facebook. For examples of work see "Pat Patrick" on FB (friend request required as many albums are friends only). I have covered this event previously. I have PLI & all expenses covered by myself.
Royal British Legion Riders
We are a National Branch of the Royal British Legion formed in 2004 with initially 12 members and now number nearly 6000 members across the UK and abroad. We are brought together by our enthusiasm for motorcycling, and our willingness to support the aims and charitable efforts of The Royal British Legion.