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Thread: German Re-enactment in Eastern Canada

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    Default German Re-enactment in Eastern Canada

    Good Afternoon folks,

    Re-enactment in Canada isn't the largest of hobbies, mostly due to the limited knowledge of the hobby here.

    This post goes out to anyone living in the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec. There is such a thing as Allied and German WWII re-enactment in the area.

    I currently live in Montreal, and I am a member of the Kampfgruppe Haase, 2nd Panzer Division.

    There are three main impression groups that fall under the umbrella of the KG;

    - 2. Kompanie/LSSAH 1. SS Panzer Division; SS-Panzerdivision 12.
    - Panzergrenadier Regiment 2./Panzerdivision 2. (5.Ko./Pz.Gren.Rgt.
    2/2.Pz.Div.)
    - Luftwaffe Ground Forces: 3rd Kompanie Fallschirmjäger Regiment 4 & Luftwaffe field Division 16.

    We draw our numbers mainly from the Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal regions, and we welcome both francophones and anglophones to join us. Most of us are bilingual.

    The 2nd Panzer group generally trains once a month during the spring, summer and fall seasons coupled with public events and larger scale tactical battles. Things take a slower pace during winter-time but we do try to have one training and one tactical battle in the snowy forests.

    The website can be found at "www.soldaten.ca" All the necessary information required can be found there but if you have any questions please do not hesistate.

    Si vous êtes francophones, n'hesitez pas a me contacter pour de l'information en français.


    Take care,

    -Werner
    Last edited by Stefan Werner; 01-16-2009 at 01:01 AM.

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    Default Re: German Re-enactment in Eastern Canada

    When you said Eastern Canada you made me all excited, thinking you were talking about the Atlantic Provinces, too

    But oh well... you should definitely take pictures and post them here or in the picture section...

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    Default Re: German Re-enactment in Eastern Canada

    I'm very sorry for the false hope on that one.

    I should have been more specific.

    We do have one member who currently lives in Calgary, Alberta and flies to Toronto for the tactical battles. Then again he works for West Jet I believe and gets reduced fairs.

    You should look for other folks in your province who collect WWII stuff. One of our older members (he's 48 I believe) had been collecting German WWII stuff for 20 years and didn't even know that German re-enactment was taking place 30 km south of his house. lol

    Votre français est tres bien.

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    Default Re: German Re-enactment in Eastern Canada

    yur with a reenactment unit? so am i im with the 1st ss but ive never gone to canada




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    Default Re: German Re-enactment in Eastern Canada

    I hear a lot of the units in the U.S.

    To view the pictures of our Kampfgruppe just go to the link above "www.soldaten.ca"

    Most of those pictures are from tactical events in Mid-west Ontario, my unit, the 2nd Panzer Grenadier is a little far away and can only make it one or twice a year. But it's very well organized.

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    Default Re: German Re-enactment in Eastern Canada

    Check out the Photos on the website.

    Looks like you guy have alot of fun.


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    Default Re: German Re-enactment in Eastern Canada

    i will be moving to alberta soon is ther any reanactment groups in the edmonton area? i have always been looking for one but there is none in western manitoba
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    Hey Stefan!

    I am new to the Ottawa area and have been looking for WW2 reenactors to take pictures of and see. Anyrate I had gone to the website for Kampfgruppe Haase and for some reason it is not leting me send a e-mail out to ya'll. Fell free to get ahold of me at alasvera(at)alasvera (dot) com
    I am happy to see there are groups out there that are not neo nazi's! Anyrate I have a large portfolio of work and recently just got to work with a real ww2 vet in the US and had a great time.

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    Default Re: German Re-enactment in Eastern Canada

    Hey There Vera!

    We will probably attend one or two air shows this summer near ottawa/gatineau.

    Be on the look-out for us!

    Take care

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    Hi Stefan!

    I just came across your post while researching German WWII reenactment in Montreal. My film production company is currently looking for reenactors for a 2 day teaser trailer shoot here in Montreal on February the 23rd and 24th. The film is an ode to exploitation films of the 70's, with liberal doses of humor, action, and babes etc. We are looking for an SS officer who would be one of the main villains in this teaser, as well as a large group of soldiers for a crowd scene inside their secret base.
    This is an ACTRA MIP shoot. If yourself or anyone you may know might be interested, please contact us at info@robomonkey.net and we'll provide all of the details

    Thank You!

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    Hello Stefan.
    I am a young man aspiring to become a re-enactor somewhere down the road. I do have some questions about your group.
    First - How old do I have to be to become a re-enactor in your group?
    Second - How often do you hold 'battle camps' (Re-enactment training, e.g Tactics, Rifle Drill, and 'Dying'?)
    Third - How often does the group travel to a re-enactment 'site' over 10 hours away from Toronto?
    Fourth - Are there equipment requirements? (I currently am saving for a K-98k, Feldgrau field Smock w/ boots, and already own a green Coal-Scuttle helmet)
    Fifth - Does the group camp at the re-enactment site or return to a hotel for weekend-long outings?
    Sixth - Is complete knowledge of the German language required? (I am taking classes)
    Seventh - How often does the group re-enact with an audience? (5 times a year?)
    Eighth - Is life on the job completely immersed in historical accuracy? (E.g only eat meals common in that era, only listen to music from a Phonograph, etc?)
    Ninth - Are the group ranks chosen or do the members give themselves ranks? (I plan to get an Oberschutze patch)
    Please email me at
    herrobert21@yahoo.com
    with the answers (That would be extremely helpful)
    Danke!
    P.S I am 13 years of age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AspiringSoldaten View Post
    Hello Stefan.
    I am a young man aspiring to become a re-enactor somewhere down the road. I do have some questions about your group.
    First - How old do I have to be to become a re-enactor in your group?
    Second - How often do you hold 'battle camps' (Re-enactment training, e.g Tactics, Rifle Drill, and 'Dying'?)
    Third - How often does the group travel to a re-enactment 'site' over 10 hours away from Toronto?
    Fourth - Are there equipment requirements? (I currently am saving for a K-98k, Feldgrau field Smock w/ boots, and already own a green Coal-Scuttle helmet)
    Fifth - Does the group camp at the re-enactment site or return to a hotel for weekend-long outings?
    Sixth - Is complete knowledge of the German language required? (I am taking classes)
    Seventh - How often does the group re-enact with an audience? (5 times a year?)
    Eighth - Is life on the job completely immersed in historical accuracy? (E.g only eat meals common in that era, only listen to music from a Phonograph, etc?)
    Ninth - Are the group ranks chosen or do the members give themselves ranks? (I plan to get an Oberschutze patch)
    Please email me at
    herrobert21@yahoo.com
    with the answers (That would be extremely helpful)
    Danke!
    P.S I am 13 years of age.
    Hello A.S., a pleasure to have you on board our Site. Sadly, Stefan has not been signed in since sometime in 2011, so he may not answer your post. But perhaps some other of our group might have info that you seek. There are also many reenactment groups on Face Book, you might also look there for one that fits your interests. Feel free to stop by here any time you like, usually something good to look in on. Have a good day, -Tankgeezer

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    Default Re: German Re-enactment in Eastern Canada

    Thanks tankgeezer,
    I had some doubts about ever getting a reply. Have any good knowledge of groups on FaceBook? I'll make sure to look there.
    Thanks -
    AspiringSoldaten

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    Default Re: German Re-enactment in Eastern Canada

    Not for re-enactment groups, but a search of F.B. will show them for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    Not for re-enactment groups, but a search of F.B. will show them for you.
    I was always wondering of peoples who use such kind of role-playng games like ww2 german re-enactment. What is their motivation? Do they wish ( or dream) simulate only battles or the einsatzgruppen actions as well

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