A site for re-enactors of all sides, includes a forum and events calendar.
Honouring the Italian paratroopers of WWII. Includes an interesting view of the North African campaign, the Italian presentation.
Although recreating a fictional unit, the Isiu Island Provisional Infatry reenactment and educational group offer a fair deal of information on the Japanese soldier of World War Two.
An American reenactment group portraying a Polish armoured unit, which served under the British in the European theatre (Falaise Gap, Holland, northern Germany). Unit history, Polish commands and dictionary, unit pictures.
A historical society presenting the history of the Legion from 1939 to 1954 (thus covering World War II and the Indochina war).
A reenactment association uniting many smaller groups, each of them recreating a German, British, Soviet or American unit. Contact information for each group, photo gallery, links to member units' websites.
Portraying military and civilian life during World War Two; hometown sweethearts, Women's Land Army, French Resistance, American Red Cross, Womens Army Corps, German Signals Helferin, DRK Nurses and Nursing Helferin, WASPs, WAAFs, Russian Snipers.
Living up to its motto "Preserving the Past - Today - For Tomorrow", this US based group focuses on restoration of vehicles, aircraft and artifacts and on living history displays, including public battle reenactments. Includes contact information to member units.
The Commemorative Historical Society and the World War II Living History Museum offer information on a range of both Allied and German member units.
A reenactment group disseminating information on WWII battles, portraying a variety of units both Allied and Axis. Includes unit histories for each part of the Airborne Army.