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Listing of Allied WWII Units

The Allies of World War II were the countries officially opposed to the Axis powers during the Second World War. Within the ranks of the Allied powers, the British Empire, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and the United States of America were known as "The Big Three." U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt referred to the Big Three and China as the "Four Policemen". France, before its defeat in 1940 and after Operation Torch was considered as a major ally, though Poland's commitment was, in fact, larger.

During December 1941, Roosevelt devised the name "United Nations" for the Allies, and the Declaration by United Nations, on 1 January 1942, was the basis of the modern UN. At the Potsdam Conference of July-August 1945, Roosevelt's successor, Harry S. Truman, proposed that the foreign ministers of China, France, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom and the United States "should draft the peace treaties and boundary settlements of Europe," which led to the creation of the Council of Foreign Ministers.

Allied Reenacting

Allied reenacting units consist of groups doing impressions of almost every major nation which participated n the war. The United States, Britain, Canada and The USSR being the major nations reenacted today.

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Donald R. Burgett (North East USA)
My name is Donald R. Burgett, author and WWII historian.  I was a 101st Airborne Paratrooper and fought in four major campaigns during WWII including Normandy, Holland, Bastogne, and Germany ending in Austria. I was wounded three separate times. World War Two ended after we had occupied Hitler?s home in Berchtesgarden, Germany. Discharged December 31, 1945 in Camp Atterbury, Indiana, at age 20. I returned home January 01, 1946 to Detroit, Michigan. I could not vote, buy a car on contract or buy a beer. At age twenty I was not legally old enough. I became 21 April 05, 1946.

I have wrote four books on my memoirs in the airborne. My first book ?Currahee,? completed in 1962 and published in 1967, Houghton Mifflin Co., has been listed by Easton Press as one of the six best written books on World War Two. ?Currahee,? Donald R. Burgett is rated equally alongside ?To Hell and Back, Audie Murphy, ?With the Old Breed,? Sledge Hammer, ?Parachute Infantry,? David Kenyon Webster, ?Baa Baa Black Sheep,? Pappy Boyington, ?The War Journal of Major Damon ?Rocky? Gause,? Damon Gause.

My loyal friends started a worldwide fanclub that can be joined on my website/forum which I maintain.  Please feel free to visit anytime.

2010 WWII and Veterans Weekend (Midwest - Michigan)
The 3rd Annual WWII and Veterans Weekend in St. Clair Shores Michigan is quickly becoming the premiere event in the region. Directors Paul Palazzolo and Jose Evangelista are committed to making it the most enjoyable event reenactors will participate in. Visit website for complete details.
Special Section of Saboteurs of the French Forces of the Interior.
We are headquartered in Gettysburg Pa. and have members through Pennsylvania. Maryland , and New Jersey. We are history enthusiast and portray members of the French Underground and Maquis Freedom Fighters in occupied France during World War II. We  participate in reenactments,  Historical displays and Living History events through the Mid Atlantic region.
We are a living history unit who portrays the common ground crews of WW2.  Every year we assist the Collings foundation with their "Bomber fantasy cam" by being the training unit to assist training the students.  We also participate with the Midland Odessa TX CAF for their annual "Airsho" and set up a flightline maintenance section.  If you have a love for WW2 aircraft and getting your hands dirty on them drop us a line.
2nd Marines Reenacted (MidWest Northern USA)
The purpose of this re-enacted WWII U.S. Marine Corps unit is to perpetuate the memory, character, tradition and history of the combat marine who served in the PTO during the period of 1941 to 1945.
The goal of this unit is to make the general public aware of the important role played by the Marine Corps of WWII through living history displays and battle reenactments.
The 99th Infantry Division,393rd Regiment, Easy Co. is based in NW Pennsylvania and Headquartered in Erie,Pa. Our" frontline infantry Squad has been established in the hobby since 1999. We are a family based squad with a Ladies Aux. We have a growing motor pool. Our pride and joy is our Bridge at Remagen, 1945 event in Tidioute, Pa . We also have began, Operation Christmas Hope. This fund has been established to help current wounded Veterans and their families to have a grateful Christmas. We feel it is time for us reenactors to help the men and women who fight today.
6th Airborne Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment
  During WW2, for the first time, soldiers and equipment were flown into battle by air. In the opening phases of the war, the German armed forces used airborne forces dropping by parachute and landing by glider with great effect to attack targets in western Europe and the Mediterranean.   The United Kingdom was quick to see the advantages such forces could give, and in response, developed airborne forces of her own.  Of the nations who used airborne forces, no-one brought the concept to reality in a manner grander than the United Kingdom.  With larger and more sophisticated types of glider than any other country, the British Army was capable of landing entire mechanized and armored units directly into battle by air.  
  The epitome of that capability was the 6th Airborne Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment, an entirely mechanized, armored unit equipped with light tanks, armored personnel carriers, armored scout cars, jeeps, motorcycle mounted infantry, and it's own artillery in the form of towed 4.2" heavy mortars.  
  The 6th AARR was flown into the Normandy bridgehead on the evening of D-Day, the operation code-named "Mallard", becoming the first-ever unit in history to fly tanks directly into a battle by air.  It fought throughout the Normandy campaign alongside the units brought in by sea, and advanced out of the bridgehead during the "Breakout from Normandy", leading the way to the Seine River.     After the 6th AARR was withdrawn from Normandy to Britain to prepare for further airborne operations, it was sent, in a hurry, back to the continent in December of 1944 to bolster the British and American forces fighting along the northern flank of the Ardennes forest in the "Battle of the Bulge".  Upon completing its mission there, it was again withdrawn to Britain to prepare for further airborne operations.
  In March of 1945, the tanks of the 6th AARR were again flown into battle, this time during "Operation Varsity", the crossing of the Rhine River.  The unit flew into the air head to fight off german counterattacks and operate as a reserve, assisting the airborne infantry where necessary.  Upon the successful establishment of the airhead and the link-up with the 'seaborne' forces crossing over the river, the 6th AARR again led the advance, at the head of the 6th Airborne Division. Leading the division in its true reconnaissance role, it broke out of the Rhine bridgehead and advanced all the way to the Baltic sea, linking up with Soviet Forces advancing from the east, and putting paid to the Third Reich.
  Our club, the re-enacted 6th Airborne Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment, portrays the men and machines of our namesake, to keep alive the memory of those who pioneered the flight of armor into battle.  We are a non-profit organization of volunteers who spend our time and effort collecting and crewing armored vehicles of the type used by the 6th AARR in its operations during WW2.  
  We participate in demonstrations for the public as well as private gatherings of like-minded clubs in Texas and her neighboring states.  Membership is open to all.  

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