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Reenacting Photos

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Introduction to the WWIIRA and 45th Infantry Division, World War II Reenactors

An explanation of who the WWIIRA and World War Two reenactors are

What you will want to know if you have an interest in working with us.

The photo gallery has historical images of the WWII, Thunderbirds and 45th ID reenacting photos.

Information about Venturing Crew 1941, Boy Scouts of America

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These are the World War II events that you will find the WWIIRA in attendance.

Learn about the Men and campaigns of the 45th Infantry Division in WW II.

Links to 45th related, World War 2, or community support websites

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Table of Contents listing all of the pages on our WW II 45th Division and Reenacting website, including a list of Maps.
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Here are some photos of the members past and present of our Living History Group, at the various events we have attended.
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Reenacting photos One
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Reenacting Photos FIG2004
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Photo Gallery Main Page
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Reenacting 261st Coast Artillery
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Sicily & Italy Photos
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4th AD Battle of the Bulge, Fort Indian town Gap 2001 Eric Rieth, Sam Cilurso, Chad Philips, Julio Santiago, 157th Infantry Regiment Association reunion, Denver, Colorado, 2002 Tony Laino, Rob Riley, Eric Rieth World War II living History display Northampton, PA 2002  reenactor Julio Santiago doing his Barber impression at  the WWII weekend Reading PA
S. France & Alsace Photos
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Germany Photos
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Walter, a mechanic, with  his son Christian an Italian refugee,  we try to get youth interested in history at an early age. Eric and Chad at Eisenhower farm Gettysburg, PA 1998 second worldwar reenactors Marched in the Bangor Pennsylvania, anniversary parade 2000 Elizabeth Laubach, Tony Laino, and Rob Riley at Northampton, PA  WW2 display
Veterans Now and Then
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Veterans Now and Then,
157th Infantry Regiment

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Rob and Tony prepare for the dance at the World War Two weekend in Reading, PA WW II reenacting equipment display. Elisa at Reading, PA WW 2 weekend 1999
Gerald Hall Photos
(157th Infantry Regiment)

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Frederick MD 2003 The Talent show winners Fort Indiantown Gap, Battle of the Bulge 2001 Merry reenactors with a 45th Infantry Division veterans granddaughter, FIG BoB 2001 WWII Flame Thrower exhibition Odessa, NY 1999
Veterans Now and Then,
179th Infantry Regiment
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Pyrotechnics used in reenactment of battle at Frederick, MD Airshow 2000 45th Infantry Division Veteran, Pete Westerhoff, Scranton, PA after Steamtown World War II living History Display They just don't come any tougher than these (atleast not at reenactments ) Joe Fencl Keeping Order ayt the WW 2 weekend
Veterans Now and Then,
180th Infantry Regiment

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Winter training with the Venturing Crew at a BSA camp Mark and Brian Quinby Barber shop on display Reading, PA 2004
Veterans Now and Then,
645th Tank Destroyers

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Rob at Living History display Steamtown, PA Taking a break from training at a weekend event. Operation Nordwind, anyone! Kitchen at Fall training
Veterans Now and Then, Division Artillery
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Wallace and Hoven, happy reenactors Reenacting can cover many facets, even auto repair. Is Chad "dead" or just sleeping. How many Jeeps can you find in this photo?
Gilbert Wailes
A Battery,
160th FA Bn.

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A Reproduction, Liberated flag. Saturday night dance in Gettysburg, PA Our captured Italian Officers Mess Kit. Another day of training at Quinby's place.
Reenacting Photos
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Yes you will see more than your fair share of Green Canvas. We don't provide Dance partners you'll have to find your own. The "Bruce" Varied items come and go through our living History Displays, but always something interesting. Most of the small items you'll see belong to our individual members.
Getting out of the hot sun at a reenactment. Our Home away from Home. The ever popular waiting in formation. Operations and Training
I thought you were not supposed to wear white after Labor day ?
Rifle cleaning, Frederick, MD
     

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