NORTH WEST 101st AIRBORNE 506 PIR, 10th ARMOURED AND 45th FIELD HOSPITAL, LIVING HISTORY GROUP We are a group
people who are dedicated to producing static re-enactment displays and taking part in battle  re enactments at many events throughout the
year. We also, when possible attend events in Europe.
The group consists of three divisions
The first being the 101st Airborne 506th parachute infantry regiment which is manned by the male contingent of the group.
The Medical unit the 45th Field Hospital was included in the group to allow the Airborne members partners to take part.
The 10th Armoured division is also represented by the male members of the group who also represent the 101st and using a varied selection of vehicles the 101st,
10th armoured and 45th field hospital perform in battle re enactments
The  group has varied ages ranging from 14 to 50+ years, although there may restriction on younger members in the battle re enactment.
If you would like to help keep the 101st Airborne and the other groups we operate alive honoring what these guys did for our FREEDOM why not get
in touch and give us a try.......................................................... just hit on the phone or just fill in the recruitment form and send it off
Picture, Sainte-Marie-du-Mont Normandy 1944 the group visited here during the 70th anniversay of D_DAY JUNE 2014
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jmitchuk@yahoo.co.uk
unique and have wonderful personalities.You get a feeling of traveling back in time, being a part of a group gives you a slight insight to what it was like in 1939
through to the mid-1940'sand you get to bring the past history of World War II to life.You get to teach others about this unforgettable time. Being a part of these is
to educate the public about the sacrifice of those who fought and those who died on the beaches of Normandy June 6 1944and to honor the armed forces and the
people who fought for freedom during the greatest conflict the world has ever known 1939 to 1945and to encourage remembrance, honour, and respect for the
soldiers of the Allied and Axis armies of World War II