Soldier’s Weekly

What’s up in WWII Reenactment Upcoming events:  RAF Museum London: Battle Of Britain Day Eastleigh Remembers Grassington 1940s weekend Event reports: D-Day Reenactment Battle of Asch by History Secrets Conneaut WWII Reenactment This week’s craftsman: Fort Military Institute If you want to appear in next Soldier’s Weekly – don’t hesitate to write! Become a Patron!

19th Century Weekly

What’s up in Reenactment of 1789-1914 Upcoming events:  Waynesboro at War Hatboro Living History The Assault on Maryland Heights at the Harpers Ferry Battle For The Bridges Civil War Weekend at White Oak Civil War Re-enactments at Fort Macon Historic Cold Spring Village Hart County Civil War Days Event reports: Castle Rising Reenactment Day in…

Gettysburg Anniversary Committee doesn’t want to host 2020 event

The Gettysburg Anniversary Committee (GAC) would like to extend their gratitude and appreciation to all the reenactors, visitors, and local staff that have participated in the Annual Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactments for the past 25 years; making those dusty old history books come alive. We are honored to have hosted over 100,000 reenactors, 500,000…

19th Century Weekly

What’s up in Reenactment of 1789-1914 Upcoming events:  The Calm Before the Storm Civil War Days at Fort Benton An 1860s Homestead Harvest at the Crabill House First Weekend Union Garrison Event report Civil War at the Central Park in Huntington Beach California Regimental Fete Day 2019 by 21eme Regiment d’Infanterie de Ligne 2e Bataillon…

US Civil War steamship that sank in Liverpool gets protected status

The wreckage of a Liverpool-built steamship that sank on its maiden voyage while carrying supplies for the Confederate forces during the American Civil War has been granted protection. Paddle steamer Lelia left the city for Bermuda in January 1865, but foundered in Liverpool Bay due to stormy weather. Forty-seven crew members died, as did seven…