(This is a repeat of an earlier post of this event. This post will include information for 2015. All photos were taken by me during previous WWII Living History events held at Sully Historic Site).
Update June 2016: I've been looking, but this event is not listed for 2016 on Sully's calendar. Usually, it's held every July, but it appears to not be taking place this year. The annual Civil War encampment does appear to be scheduled as it customarily is each August.
While walking through Sully, you can stop at various camps and ask the living history re-enactors questions and get a keen view of life during World War II. You can also expect all re-enactors to remain fully in character, answering questions about jobs, experiences, food and general live during the 1940s.
|WWII U.S. Army field kitchen in use|
|Victory Gardens emerged in the 1940s to encourage people to grow and preserve their own food|