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Australia has the RSL. The United States has the American Legion. Canada has the Royal Canadian Legion. Britain, France, and Italy have a similar organisation dedicated to the welfare of ex-service persons – and I would not be too surprised to find one in Germany, Austria and Japan, but quieter. 385 more words
No good re-enactment society is complete without the geeks. You know – the people who know how many stitches were present in the wimple of Lady Montague Fitz-Herbert at the court of King Henry – the people who construct authentically-woven Spanish turd baskets out of reeds that they have grown themselves in the bathtub – the people who brew ale from ferret droppings, and press you to try it at feasts. 373 more words
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.
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
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