"Als Erste Rein, Als Letzte Raus!"
(First in and last out!)
A living history & World War Two
reenactment unit of the World War II Historical Re-Enactment
This site is dedicated to all World War II Reenactors
and students of World War II military history.
If you are a World War II reenactor, or just a history buff of the period, this site is for you!
We will try to provide you one of the best sources of information about events,
equipment and weapons, along with real historical data.
The Sonnenrad rune (as shown at left) is an
ancient Germanic symbol of the sun, not to be confused with
the Hakenkreuz (Swastika, which is also an ancient runic
symbol of good fortune). The Sonnerand rune was used to
identify the Wiking Division we portray in historic
reenactments and was in no way a political
symbol like the Hakenkreuz (Swastika).
The 5. SS Wiking reenactment group is a non-profit, nonpolitical organization dedicated to the preservation of the history of WW II and the lifestyle of the German combat soldier (specifically Waffen-SS foreign volunteers). Membership in the World War II Historical Re-Enactment Society is required of Wiking members.
Disclaimer: This website, anyone involved in its creation, or members of re-enactment groups listed here are in no way affiliated with real, radical political organizations (i.e., KKK, Aryan Nation, American Nazi Party, etc.) and do not embrace the philosophies and actions of the original NSDAP (Nazi party). We wholeheartedly condemn the atrocities that made them infamous. May the victims of these unspeakable horrors rest in peace.
As we portray the German combat soldier of
World War II on the Eastern Front, we are only interested in
recreating his daily life and traditions, furthering our
understanding of what it took to be a soldier, and at the
same time having fun reliving history. We honor the men (and
women) who really experienced the war and we salute their
courage and loyalty to put their lives on the line in
defense of their native soil, no matter what nationality or
over Michigan Vietnam Authenticity Standards for 2013 (right
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