The 21.Infanterie division Eastern Front Living History Group, a non-profit living history society located in the UK. We are a collection of WWII historians and German vehicle enthusiasts that endeavor to keep the memories, sights, sounds, and smells of the late war 1944-1945 period alive.
Our groups impression and historical research is based around the late war period of 1944-1945. During this time period the 21.Infanterie fought from the siege of Leningrad through the baltic states of Estonia,Latvia,Lithuania and finally East Prussia.
We take part in both public WW2 events as well as private living history weekends at our own locations around the UK. The group also get involved in film and Tv work on a regular basis.
Our group is always recruiting and details on how to join us can be found on our website.
Along with military historians and WW2 hobbyists, we also have within the society a collection of German wartime vehicle enthusiasts who are extremely active in various restoration projects throughout the year.
Our members are all members of the All Fronts Re-enactment Association (AFRA), which provides benefits such as valid TPPLI and other relevant insurances along with current up to date information and support from the UK home office.