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Re-enactment Guides

WWII Re-enactment is a fast growing community, a tribute to those who sacrificed their lives during this dark era of human history. WWII Re-enactors magazine is written, designed and published by re-enactors who have a wealth of experience and contacts within this hobby. We aim to bring you over the next few months a raft of articles and advice on how-to within this exciting and passionate arena.

This Months How-to Guide:

SAS Normandy 1944


In this guide Jamie Delaney studies a more "elitist" impression than usual; The SAS, or "Special Air Force", behind the lines in France during 1944.

German Red Cross - June 2011


We welcome guest writer Johannes T. Schweiser as he looks at the uniform and equipment of the female mebers of The German Red Cross (DRK) between 1938 and 1945


Normandy Tank Crew - March - April 2011

Jamie Delaney discusses British tank crew uniforms and equipment in North-West Europe 1944-45 and the variety of kit worn, as dictated by the weather, the job he was doing and availability!

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RAF Get the Look - February 2011

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What area of WWII shall I re-enact? - January 2011

This is a tricky one; I hope that if you are reading this, chances are you have an interest in the heady world of re-enactment. I personally cannot actually tell you which is the best unit to join, best faction even, or indeed the best place to go and spend your hard earned cash. Everyone joins this hobby for a wide variety of reasons and I am pleased to report from my experience in the most part, they are very admirable and in every instance, help to keep history alive. If you are looking specifically to join a military re-enactment group. Please do read our article from our second issue where we interviewed a few group commanding officers for their opinions. Simply click the download box for more information.

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