Important Note

Kampfgruppe Schottland is a Living History Group and we neither condone nor promote Nazi or extremist ideals, views, propaganda or politics. We vet our Members and will not accept or tolerate such behaviours or opinions.

We are about the history - not the politics!

Coronavirus Restrictions

Any or all of these events are subject to rescheduling or cancellation due to the coronavirus pandemic. Please check with organisers before booking tickets, accommodation or travelling. Stay safe!

National Museum Of Flight WW2 Day

East Fortune, East Lothian

10th of May 2020

We join the spectacular National Museum Of Flight on our home turf in the central belt for a weekend of WWII aviation and related history. Well worth a visit for the museum alone, this weekend will have a heap of added bonuses!

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WW2 Weekend

Blyth Battery, Northumberland

16-17th May 2020

A cross-border sortie to the picturesque scenery of Northumberland and a unique military and local heritage museum boasting unique World War One and Two coastal defences.

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Yorkshire Wartime Experience

Hunsworth Lane, Hunsworth, Nr Bradford (BD4 6RN)

03-05th July 2020

Concentrating on military vehicles and re-enactments, this is one of the biggest WWII events in Northern England

As well as displays from tanks and armoured vehicles you'll also have a chance to see military horses in operation, and explore a large trench system.

Living history and displays all day. Fun for all the family.

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Defend Fife

Pittencrief Park (25th), Lathalmond Business Park (26th)

25-26th July 2020

Developed from the very successful Defend Dunfermline event in 2017, the expanded event promises to be a great weekend, turning the clock back to the 1940s.

Discover the story of 1940s Dunfermline, which had its defences strengthened in the war years against infiltration from enemy tanks and paratroopers. Investigate the recently unearthed confidential maps and plans, drawn up by the allied Polish armies, who were exiled to Scotland during World War II. These plans — which were an enforcement of the roadblocks, checkpoints and fighting positions created by Dunfermline's home guard — were prepared in the result of ultimate invasion. The festival will retell this interesting story through the eyes of the Scottish and Polish soldiers who worked hard to ensure Fife remained protected. More to see and do including invasion & battle each day, historic re-enactors, vintage vehicles, stalls & exhibitions, and lots, lots more!

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Veterans at Ease Charity Armed Forces Day

Hermitage Academy School, Chester le Street, DH2 3AD

13-14th June 2020

Veterans at Ease is North East England’s leading Military Mental Health Charity, committed to helping Veterans, Reservists, Serving Military Personnel and their families deal with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other combat stress-related issues. They help anyone who feels they need support whether they have been diagnosed with PTSD or not.

We provide free therapy and support through a technique called NLP by our trained therapists (all of whom have suffered themselves, been through treatment with Veterans at Ease and then gone on to qualify).

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Forces In The Field

Cultybraggan POW Camp, Comrie, Perthshire (note new venue)

22nd-23rd August 2020

A big family event, this year being held in Cultybraggan POW camp, one of the few places in the UK where we can represent German soldiers completely in context...in previous years we have been visited by German POWs who were held here. Enjoy extensive displays of vehicles and weapons, several living history groups, sample cooking based on the rations of the time, and browse lots of local historical and charity stalls.

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