Willkommen in der Einheit!
We are a Northern California based Living History Unit that strives to accurately portray the German soldier that served in the Second World War.
The World War II RPS features units, which were part of the Nazi war effort during the Second World War . Our reenactment units do not condone, endorse or accept anyone promoting Nazi, neo-Nazi or any otherwise radical attitudes and/or behavior. Instead, all units -- including German units -- serve to educate both members and the public on the horrors and atrocities committed by the Nazis and their allies during the war.
No support, endorsement or inclusion for anyone or any group promoting such radical and bigoted ideas will be allowed.
We are a Living History Unit of the World War II Research and Preservation Society (WWIIRPS).
The WWIIRPS is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the tactical and military research and understanding of what the common foot soldier of World War II endured.
We do not condone, nor will we allow, any extremist or radical idealism within our ranks. Given the sensitivity of some subject matter of the Second World War and its causes, such behavior will not be tolerated.
For more information on who we are and what we do, please check out our About Us page.
Through realistic reenactments and public events, members of the WWIIRPS strive to accurately display both Allied and Axis units with regards to equipment, vehicles, tactics, terminology and camp life to perpetuate the experiences and stories from the Second World War.
Based in Northern California, our organization includes members from all over the globe, who join together for regular battle reenactments and public displays. The WWIIRPS is a parent organization for a number of individual reenactment units, both Allied and Axis, who strive to represent and display their particular units as closely as possible.
By joining the WWIIRPS, you'll be able to further your understanding and appreciation of what the common foot soldier of the Second World War experienced on both sides.
Proud Members of the World War Two Research and Preservation Society