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Video - Living History: Cardiff Castle Garrison on film

One of our members, Jayne Lutwyche, made this video all about the Garrison. It stars our chair Alice Evans and long-time re-enactor Sam Steele.

Medieval

Upcoming Events 2014: Spring and Summer Events Timetable

We’ve a number of events coming up at various locations across South Wales, please see below for details of our next four events:

Newport Ship Open Day… 191 more words

Medieval

Camden Expedition: April 14, 1864

PRAIRIE D’ANE, Ark. 

After the Confederates were driven back during the Battle of Moscow Church, General Price sent Marmaduke’s Cavalry Division on a 60 mile detour to the south of the Union advance to get in front of Steele’s Army and prevent them from entering Camden, AR. 163 more words

Civil War

Re-enactment en historische legervoertuigen bij herdenking Operatie Amherst

Het begint al een mooie traditie te worden. Sinds 2012 wordt op het militair oefenterrein Baggelhuizen bij Assen met re-enactment en historische legervoertuigen uit de Tweede Wereldoorlog Operatie Amherst herdacht. 44 more words

WO2

‘When I get homesick I read these novels’

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The April Reader of the Month is Rod Redden, a Canadian currently living and working in Japan. 531 more words
Reader Of The Month

THE ACT OF KILLING: Re-enactment, surrealism and getting into the mind of a mass serial killer

When you watch the news and you see pictures of murderers, rapists and killers, reporters and audiences always ask, “what makes them want to do it?” You hear that they’re psychologically sick, that they can turn off the switch between feeling empathy and sympathy for other humans; you hear that they come from a broken family wherein abuse is regular etc. 924 more words

Film Reviews

Silence is Golden

This last week I was talking to a friend…or rather a friend was talking to me. Umm, no, that isn’t exactly right. A friend was talking and I was part of the audience. 420 more words