Archive for the ‘Reproductions’ Category


1st Medical Regiment

Published March 1, 2009 at 1749

Some time ago I found an image online of regimental insignia for the 1st medical regiment. It was pretty useless in the low-resolution state that I found it, so this week I decided to reproduce it and post it here. The 1st Medical Regiment may have limited use to WWII reenactors, but you’ll have to […]


Sulfanilamide Powder Packets

Published February 2, 2009 at 1756

These were copied from one found in a First Aid Packet, Carlisle Model. They contained 5 grams of a white crystalline powder (sulfalinamide). This is an easy reproduction since it doesn’t require any fancy paper. It’s also one of my favorites since it can be used during a reenactment.


Reproduction Wine Bottle Labels

Published January 18, 2009 at 1406

While wine may not be as effective as penicillin — certainly a wounded soldier wouldn’t mind tasting a bit of fine french wine. It’s vintage 1941, so it’s quality is questionable, but I’m sure he won’t mind. I present to you some reproduction wine labels. They appear to have altered the look of the label […]


WWII Reproduction File Photograph (How To)

Published January 15, 2009 at 0017

Every reenactor should have a file photograph on, er, file. They are excellent for use on a unit website, forum avatar, blog gravatars (this blog uses gravatars), or for just generally looking cool on your computer. In any case, they are fairly easy to make if you (or someone you know) has access to Photoshop […]


Painting Red Crosses (on your helmet)

Published January 11, 2009 at 1206

If you are looking for a WWII Medic helmet either for reenacting or just to have Viagra Canada Online in your collection please take note of this one little bit of information They did not come with red crosses There was no civilian war worker at Kilroy’s Helmet Mfg. Co painting on those distinctive white […]