STRIKING IMAGES RECREATE WORLD WAR II

Primed and ready for action, this collection of striking images from the battlefield could be mistaken for authentic photos taking during World War II. But they are in fact the work of photographer Robert Bridgens, who has spent four years amassing the impressive collection from re-enactment shows across the country. Robert, 29, has always been interested in the history of World War II, so much so that he wanted to embark on a project to capture what life was like for the soldiers who went through the conflict through a series of pictures. He photographed scenes from events including The War & Peace Show in Kent and The Victory Show in Leicester and was able to recreate the grittiness of war films, combined with more normal day to day activiti

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