World War II Living History Unit
99th Infantry Division Historical Society, Inc.
Erie, Pennsylvania
501(c)(3) Foundation Group
The 99th Infantry Division Historical Society,Inc. is now a 501(c)(3) Foundation Group. Donations may take various forms,
such as: equipment, vehicles, uniforms, reference materials and or cash and securities. As individual situations and
tax statuses vary we would welcome the opportunity to discuss how such a donation might be helpful to our cause and
at the same time improve your future tax liabilities. Please feel free to contact us either through the website or at the Event
for further information. Help us Keep the Memories alive and Deeds Remembered of The Greatest Generation.

Welcome to the home page of a dedicated group of living historians doing an authentic impression of World War II's 99th Infantry Division, 393rd Regiment, Easy Company. We invite you to learn about us and support our efforts to keep alive the memories and sacrifices of the "citizen soldiers" of the Second World War. Maybe you'll even join our rifle company and have fun being a part of history.

In Memory Of
George "Pappy" Wisniewski

1924 - 2013

George F. Wisniewski, 89, died unexpectedly Thursday, December 19, 2013 at St. Vincent Health Center. He was born Aug. 6, 1924 in Erie. A lifelong resident of Erie, he graduated from Academy High School in 1943. A U.S. Army veteran of WWII, he served with the 7th Armored Division and was involved in the Battle of the Bulge, earning a Bronze Star and a Silver Star.

1999 Photo by Joel Gilfert


D-DAY 2007
Dunkirk, NY

D-Day 2006
Dunkirk, NY

D-DAY 2005
Conneaut, OH

Eldred, PA


RHEIN 2004

D-DAY 2003
Conneaut, OH

Allegheny Armor Museum
June 2001 & 2002