Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Reenacting Links of the Week

World War 2: The Russians put on a large reenactment copmmemorating the Siege of Leningrad: Siege of Leningrad Marked 65 Years Later. Nice photo! Here's another article and nice photos: St. Petersburg marks anniversary of 900-day Nazi siege.

American Civil War: The aftermath of the inauguration, very interesting observations: Emotions affect war re-enactor.

Here's more on some of the bureaucratic nuts and bolts of doing a Civil War reenactment: Woodbury Zoners Hear Plans for a Civil War Reenactment .

Sounds like a promising event, if the word quality isn't being thrown around too lightly: 'The Battle Of Bulls Gap' Reenactment Planned In May .

A great example of being personally involved in local historical preservation: Preserving local history is LaFayette man’s passion.

Here's a small article on a living history in Jacksonville, FL: Salt pork, squirrels part of living history re-enactment

American Revolutionary War: Here's a great piece on a John Bartram reenactor: Reenactor channels ‘God's gardener' in Philadelphia.

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