Re-enactors combat killers photos

#8
Hi all I'm keen to start a Army Catering Corps re-enactment society. I'm considering the 1953-1969 period for a British Army ACC Unit based in Colchester or Aldershot.
Special attention to detail will be paid to Pay Books and Chef's whites being spotless on all occasions when in the public eye.
 
#10
Sorry BBD that is not acceptable, my re-enactment society will be a peacetime AAC unit as that is about the only unit most of these fantsy island rejects(Waffen SS Re-enactors in particular) would actually be capable of serving in.
 
#12
Sweet, 550 quid for a B grade fully equiped Field Kitchen, I can almost smell the Hexamine. We're on a roll now.
"Oi!! Only one scoop of chips you CNUTTTTT!!" :lol:

Those RUSSIAN SS boys are a bit deluded, their Great- Grandparents were probably fighting the fatherless ones. Still no stranger than the British Herrenvolk who insist on Seig Heiling their weeekends away I suppose. Just a bit sad.
 
#13
I'm looking for a re-enactment group based on the Navy circa-1980-90s, with particular reference to re-enacting runs ashore. I can provide my own kit if necessary, with authentic looking beer, food, mud and blood stains.
 
#14
Jack77 said:
I'm looking for a re-enactment group based on the Navy circa-1980-90s, with particular reference to re-enacting runs ashore. I can provide my own kit if necessary, with authentic looking beer, food, mud and blood stains.
with the Field Kitchen of Harry de Wheels
 
#16
Deutchland Uber Der Alles

And now for the boot stomping march of the Waffen SS

Singing about a little flower called ERIKA :excited:

ERIKA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SKP54mBuwE

For those who wish to sing along and know not the tongue of the fatherland we have the English translation below.

ERIKA

On the heath there grows a little flower
And its name is Erika
A hundred thousand little bees
Swarm around Erika
Because her heart is full of sweetness,
Her flowery dress gives off a tender scent
On the heath there grows a little flower
And its name is Erika
2. In the homeland lives a little farm maid
And her name is Erika
This girl is my true treasure
And my luck, Erika
When the flower on the heath blooms lilac red,
I sing her this song in greeting.
On the heath there grows a little flower
And its name is Erika
3. Another little flower blooms in my small room
And its name is Erika
In the first rays of the morning and in the twilight
It looks at me, Erika
And it seems to me it speaks aloud:
Are you still thinking of your little bride?
Back home a farm maid weeps for you
And her name is Erika
 
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