Do Bulgarian reenactment enthysiasts exist?

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Do Bulgarian reenactment enthysiasts exist?

Post by BIGpanzer » 24 Oct 2005 21:21

Interesting, do at least one Bulgarian reenactment group exist (Balkan wars, WWI, WWII)? I never heard about this............................

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Post by Mr Holmes » 24 Oct 2005 21:58

Hi BIGpanzer,

I hope you have better luck than I did in finding out about Greek reenactment. :-)

Cheers

Nick

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Post by BIGpanzer » 24 Oct 2005 22:25

Which reenactment period of Greek history are you searching, dear Sepp?
I know only preWWII :lol: - http://www.4hoplites.com :lol:

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Re: Do Bulgarian reenactment enthysiasts exist?

Post by blueridge » 25 Jul 2006 19:40

BIGpanzer wrote:Interesting, do at least one Bulgarian reenactment group exist (Balkan wars, WWI, WWII)? I never heard about this............................
I think that the operative phrase would be "is the anyone doing WW2 Bulgarian?". The answer to that would be yes but besides myself I only know of one other person with a Bulgarian impression (at least in the USA that is).


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Post by soldat_m56 » 26 Jul 2006 17:48

The M36 Bulgarian helmets are sure abundant and can be bought for very cheap (wish the same could be said for German :().

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Re: Do Bulgarian reenactment enthysiasts exist?

Post by A-H Guy » 03 Jul 2020 12:17

Well I have a group i am putting together for ww1. I am in PA. This is my site: https://sites.google.com/view/16thbulga ... authuser=0

Hope you join!

It is the best site on the web for ww1 Bulgarian.

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