Links to Sites of Interest

Kit and Equipment

If you are interested in getting a kit together, What Price Glory can assist. Ask for Jerry Lee.

Harlan Glenn runs King & Country British and Allied Militaria, providing reproduction garb as well as select period items.

Chad at Command 65 is pleased to assist World War I reenactors with their kit.

Another place to check out for kit items is Great War Militaria.

Sentimental Journey is the work of Ian Durrant, a British and commonwealth militaria collector. They are the sole UK distributor of Military Monthly, a magazine dedicated to reenacting.

Check out Service Publications for military books of interest. They specialize in Canadian books.

Reenacting Groups

The Great War Historical Society is a living history group dedicated to reenacting World War I as accurately as possible.

The 12th Battalion ANZACs are part of the GWHS. These blokes specialize in reenacting the Australian/New Zealand aspect of WW I.

The 42nd Royal Highland Regiment Black Watch reenactors specialize in the 18th century, the time of our American Revolution.

Paul at the Royal Norfolk Regiment Living History Group runs a WWII living history re-enactment site in England, which covers various topics including living history in the UK.

.Piper Ian Burns welcomes visitors to the web site of the 7th Battalion Black Watch 1939-45 Re-Enactors.

Visit the World War II Display team. They portray 150th (SNH) Field Regiment, a 2nd line Yeomanry regiment of around 1944 that served under the Royal Artillery.

Black Watch Sites

The Regimental Colours of the Black Watch are located at the Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul.

You can visit the Royal Highlanders of Canada Home Page and see the modern military unit in action.

World War I Sites

A most comprehensive WW I site is Trenches on the Web. They feature pictures, posters, music files, resources: a truly multi-media site.

The Canadian Forces College has a great link page directing the WW I web surfer to many pages of interest.

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