The American Italian Military Society (AIMS - Societa Militarie Italiana Americana) is composed of historians, collectors, living historians, military reenactors and others whose goals are to study, preserve and promote the history, traditions and legacy of the Italian people throughout their history, with special focus on their role in the Second World War, 1935 to 1946. This is achieved through individual presentations, living history displays, historical reenactments, etc., at various locations throughout the United States.
    AIMS was organized in 2019 for the purpose of remembering the services and exploits of the Italian Military and Civilians during the Second World War, 1935 to 1946. This includes, but is not limited to, interpretation of the Italian Royal Army (RE - Regio Esercito), of Allied Prisoners of War (POW - Prigioniero di guerra), Italian Service Units (ISU - Unita di servizio italiana) and the Italian Liberation Corps (CIL - Corpo Italiano di Liberazione); of the Axis Italian Military Internees (IMI - Internati Militari Italiani), Italian Volunteers (Italienisches Freiwillige) and National Republican Army (ENR - Esercito Nazionale Repubblicano); and of the various partisans groups (Partigiano) and civilians.

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        DISCLAIMER - The American Italian Military Society (AIMS) is a non-political, non-sectarian association that is dedicated to the services and contributions of the Italian military and civilians during the Second World War. The Society does not in any way support, or condone, any activities involving Fascists, Neo-Nazis, extremist, or anti-American organizations, or is it involved with any anti-government activities. The Society does not tolerate or condone any form of racism, radical or extremist activities, or persons with supremacist, fascist or racist political motives or beliefs.

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