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BattleGroupSouth.com -- German World War reenactors and living history performers--counterparts of the Irish Great War Society of WWI Reenactors who appear at the annual Duncannon Military Weekend the first weekend of June each year, and many other venues throughout the UK.

Great-War-Assoc.org -- This World War I reenactor group consists of 33 units portraying troops from countries on both sides of the conflict, and about 350 members, whose mission is to preserve the history of the First World War and honor those who served.

ARLHO.net -- The Australasian Register of Living History Organizations endeavors to list all the known living history and reenactment groups of all historic periods based in Australia and New Zealand on their site, which has many useful research links and resources.

Reenactor.net -- Comprehensive information about reenacting and reenactment groups worldwide, ranging from ancient Greeks to modern warfare.

HistoryLearningSite.co.uk -- An invaluable research resource, this encyclopedic website addresses the history, timeline, political background and causes, analysis of major battles and lots more, with a wealth of helpful details on soldier equipment, rations, life in the trenches for the common soldier and many other aspects of WWI.

FirstWorldWarStudies.org -- Blog of the International Society for First World War Studies.

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Allied Troops Approaching Omaha Beach in the Normandy Invasion, WWII
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ARLHO.net -- The Australasian Register of Living History Organizations endeavors to list all the known living history and reenactment groups of all historic periods based in Australia and New Zealand on their site, which has many useful research links and resources.

Reenactor.net -- Comprehensive information about reenacting and reenactment groups worldwide, ranging from ancient Greeks to modern warfare.

26th Infantry Yankee Division
-- Reenactor group jointly based in the Northeastern U.S. and the Czech Republic.  Billed as A WWII U.S. Army Infantry Traveling Museum, the group is dedicated to education about the common soldier or G.I. through their portrayals of the 26th Infantry "Yankee Division" in living history displays, authentic battle reenactments and parades.

DerErsteZug.com -- A living history group based in the Eastern United States that seeks to explore and preserve the history of the common German Landser of WWII through their living history programs and participation in public exhibits, historic films, National Park programs and total immersion weekends in which the group strives to recreate with complete authenticity the day to day life of the German foot soldier.

SecondInfantryReenacted.com  -- - Group of U.S. Army reenactors in Illinois, Iowa and Michigan. Their living history displays, battle reenactments, parades and presentations portray American, German and Russian infantry regiments, and include WAVES, WASPS, WACs, the Red Cross and the French Resistance.

Tommy.MilitaryClub.info  -- website of a Czech reenactment group re-creating the 4th Battalion of Musketeers, 56th London Division, a fictional military unit created by Patrick Ryan in his book, "How I Won The War."  Though a fictional unit, they strive for historical authenticity, and their unit is heavily equipped for amphibious operations.

90th Infantry Group -- Highly organized U.S.-based reenactor group with many reference resources available on their website.

History of Easy Company -- One of the most famous units in WWII, the 2nd Battalion of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, of the 101st Airborne Division (the Screaming Eagles) took part in some of the major battles of WWII, and is the unit portrayed in the HBO production, "Band of Brothers."

Easy506th.org  -- Website for Company E, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne Division Reenactor group.

WorldWar-2.net  -- Exhaustive, day by day timeline of World War II covering events by military theatre in chronological order from 1939 through 1945.

California Historical Group  -- This World War II Living History Association is a non-profit educational and historical society devoted to preserving the history of and honoring the combat soldiers of the WWII by preserving and researching artifacts of the War, and staging battle reenactments and living history displays through numerous reenactor groups portraying both Allied and German combat units.

Easy Company -- one of the Reenactor units of the above California Historical Group, portraying the 39th Regiment of 9th Infantry Division, or Easy Company.