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WWII REENACTING CORPS
World War II Reenacting and Living History can be a valuable educational tool for both those who participate and those who witness the activity. It is a way to transport the participant and viewer alike back into the past to see first-person at least some measure of what life was like as a soldier, sailor, airmen or civilian during a particular time period.
The World War II History Center, based out of El Dorado, KS, has its own reenacting units
for the purpose of staging mock battles, providing demonstrations, and
participating in parades and displays.
These units are known as the World War II Reenacting Corps.
The Mission of the Reenacting Corps is to fulfill the WWII History Center's Vision:
"To remember a generation, to honor their sacrifices, and to educate future generations."
We can also help guide those interested in establishing a living history
impression for those that would like to teach others about a particular
role during World War II, whether it is a military or civilian persona.
To learn more about re-enacting and living history,
click on one of our units below that correspond to your interests.
If you'd like more information about our units
or on how to join our ranks, please contact us.
If you are a film maker or photographer and would like to contract our services, please let us know!
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Reenacting Corps currently has three units. The following
three units, as well as our Living Historians, make up the Reenacting
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