First World War reenacting on the east coast

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A-H Guy
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First World War reenacting on the east coast

Post by A-H Guy » 21 Apr 2020 15:26

Hi, I was wondering if there is any place I can reenact Austro-Hungarian on the east coast. I just got my kit together. I know there is Newville but I'm not quite that old yet. If there is anywhere that does eastern front would be great. I am also putting togather a Bulgarian impression. If anyone does ww1/ww2 let me know. If there is a place to get Bulgarian repro ww2/ww1 let me know.

Best regards, A-H Guy

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jwsleser
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Re: First World War reenacting on the east coast

Post by jwsleser » 22 Apr 2020 16:34

Even if you are underage at this point in time, I would join one of the A-H units in the GWA. While you might not be able to participate in activities, you would be in the loop for information on other events.

Most reenacting information is being shared on Facebook. That is the best place to seek out info.

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