About the Front Line Club?

The Front Line war history club was founded in 2004 as a non-profit and not a political organisation whose international members are enthusiasts of or interested in the history of warfare and whose wish is to recreate the daily lives of Second World War soldiers, trying to grasp what a soldier felt, trying to understand what you needed to become a soldier and to relive history, bringing back to life the wartime atmosphere and those events that could take place today – without a hint of enmity or a drop of blood spilt.

The club's members have participated in the creation of the Estonian historical documentaries and movies; taken part in the Erna Raid military competitions; been present at the Land Defence Days and a variety of memorial events; and been involved in several reenactments in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Ukraine and Russia.

The club's motto is: "We are not looking to change history, but to know, to see and to feel how history itself has changed. Living history is our hobby."