Axis-Allied (AX-AL) are a family orientated group who solely aim to accurately portray men, women and equipment of WW1 and WW2. We aim to preserve the past and keep history alive we do this by attending events all over the United Kingdom.
Our main focus is aimed at providing an accurate and professional living history displays which allow us to educate the general public. We also take part in mock battle re-enactments, school displays and filmwork.
The group was formed in 2014 by experienced re-enactors who all have spent many years researching and portraying their chosen units. We are a Non-Political, Non-Profit making organisation with membership covering from Edinburgh to the Isle of Wight. Most of our members are based in and around Yorkshire, Lancashire, the North East and the Midlands.
Congratulations and a massive well done to members of Axis-Allied (AX-AL) who won 1st place in the Malthouse Trophy. This trophy is awarded to the Best Living History Group Display at the Ironbridge Gorge Weekend during the May bank holiday weekend.
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All images used are courtesy of Paul Mills (Our official group photographer) and Axis-Allied Members.
NEW! Our members have recently purchased a blank firing 15cm Nebelwerfer 41 believed to be the only one in the UK. Contact us to find out more or to hire it for an event or filmwork.