The Living History Group Holland (LHGH) has been founded on January 31st 2001, but unofficially existed before as the British Airborne Group Holland. The purpose of the LHGH is to keep alive the military history, by displaying, in great detail units and events from the military past. Within the LHGH are at this moment 2 active groups, and both are representing the period 1940-1945.
Taking part in several re-enactment activities in and outside
Holland is a routine for the members of the LHGH. Also units are
present at official commemoration services and they have been asked
several times by Royal Dutch Army to act as the opposing forces, in
various big army exercises. Outside of these activities, the
members of the LHGH meet every month on an old fortress near
Utrecht, to do basic soldiers training, exercise and going on
The Living History Group Holland stands out from other reenactment groups in Holland, by it's high percentage of active members at events, and the huge array of equipment and vehicles over witch the members have control.