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Websites for events and reenactments

Discussion in 'Living History' started by Onthefield, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. Onthefield

    Onthefield Member

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    What are some good websites that anyone knows for events and reenactments happening for world war II events? I seem to always catch the posts too late, anything I can check to see and stay updated with?
     
  2. Otto

    Otto No More Half Measures Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    It's like you read my mind otf.

    I've been planning on doing this here for some time. Once Peppy and I get the user gallery squared away here in the next few days, this is our next project.

    It's been a big year for us and we aren't done yet.
     
  3. Onthefield

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    Ask a simple question get an amazing response from Otto, LG.

    :pipesmoke:
     
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    Alternatively, look at the 'groups' section and then their event lists, thats where I usually find stuff. I don't have internet access at home at the mo but when I do I'll start posting lists of events over here for y'all.
     
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