We conserve history through educational outreach, restoration, and research.
Our efforts seek to preserve the memory and experiences of our Grandparents and Great-Grandparents during World War II. We are losing the memories, experiences, and culture of that era. Our goal is to preserve that time and pass it on to the next generation. It is vital that people understand what we have gone through to become who we are today.
The 9th Reenactment society is nationally recognized as a 501 (C) (3) charitable organization.
World War II was the largest, most deadly conflict in human history. The after effects of that conflict are still felt today, over 70 years after the last shots were fired. The cost of Allied victory was staggering, as some 50 million people worldwide lost their lives. By engaging in pubilc education efforts, living history displays, and reenactments, we hope to keep the history of this dark period alive, and to help educate the public about what America's enemies looked like and why victory over them was such a monumental achievement. Sadly, many in America today have little to no connection with the past. Our group, and dozens like it, hope to help folks understand World War II, its impact, and its relevance to modern day events.
Banner Pic Photo Credit: Pete Redel Photography