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Mak Los Mien Schnitzel
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Show us your reenactment photos!

Post by Mak Los Mien Schnitzel » 24 Jul 2003 22:03

I've been in England for 3 years now and have only just discovered the very interesting hobby of ww2 reenactments. Regrettably I cannot join most of the establishments for 2 reasons.

1) I'm only going to be in the country for another 6 months and most groups here trial you for that long before allowing you to 'act' in battles
2) My kit probably wouldn't pass muster and I can't really spend too much more money on it!

So why don't all you reenactors out there show me what I've missed out on, post your best pics now! I'll put on a couple of me dressed up at the recent War and Peace show (but doomed only to spectatorship!).

When you post your pic, please let us know your unit and where you come from.

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Post by Mak Los Mien Schnitzel » 24 Jul 2003 22:12

Boy I really wanted to ride on that!

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Post by CHRISCHA » 24 Jul 2003 22:55

Were you at the war and peace show?

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Post by Caldric » 24 Jul 2003 23:07

I do believe that is a "Tanker" M1 Garand laying in the dirt! 8O

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Post by Kaan Caglar » 24 Jul 2003 23:16

And theres a coca cola pet near in the grass...(2.picture)
What a war :lol: :lol:
But panzer is cool
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Post by Korbius » 24 Jul 2003 23:28

And what about the asian guy, is that one of those who Koreans who was fighting for the Japanese and got captured by the Soviets, and then fell into german hands and pressed into their military service? 8O :D

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Post by reichpilot » 24 Jul 2003 23:40

Better watch out! He's armed and he has a tank at his disposal!!!!! 8O
Don

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Post by Kaan Caglar » 24 Jul 2003 23:45

:lol: :lol:
May be he is...
But being there,doing that...
I would give many things to join that reenactment...
but what the hey! I'm happy with my toy panzers :) :)

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Post by Caldric » 24 Jul 2003 23:55

Umm I am pretty sure the "Asian Guy" is none other then our forum comrade Mak Los Mien Schnitzel.

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Post by Kaan Caglar » 24 Jul 2003 23:57

Caldric wrote:Umm I am pretty sure the "Asian Guy" is none other then our forum comrade Mak Los Mien Schnitzel.

?¿? Really??
Oops,but i didn't say anything... :D

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Post by Dunkirchen1940 » 25 Jul 2003 00:19

Here are some photos from my Dad's reenacting days.
In this first photo, my Dad is in position to throw the Stick Grenade.Image

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Post by Dunkirchen1940 » 25 Jul 2003 00:22

In this photo, my Dad is on the left holding the captured Soviet Flag.Image

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Post by Dunkirchen1940 » 25 Jul 2003 00:25

In this photo, my dad is playing "tod" in the foreground.Image

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Post by trower » 25 Jul 2003 00:37

Korbius wrote:And what about the asian guy, is that one of those who Koreans who was fighting for the Japanese and got captured by the Soviets, and then fell into german hands and pressed into their military service? 8O :D


LMAO....too funny!! :lol: :lol: I think he must be asiryan!!

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Post by Dan W. » 25 Jul 2003 00:54

What is up with the camo pants and cargo pockets in the first picture? :lol:

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