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English Civil War Re-enactment

External Links

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17th Century England Discussion Group
A MSN discussion group dedicated to all aspects of the English Civil War (1642-1649) & 17th Century Life. It is open to anyone who feels they would like to know more about this period or about the fun people have re-enacting it. (Hosted by Owens SK)
17th Century Life & Times
Historical Services to Schools - Colonell Granville Thomas and his wife Mistress Judith Thomas presents an English Civil War visit, arriving in costume and character, remaining so throughout the visit.

Children 'see' not only the military but the Living History side of the period. The day starts after their registration and continues until close of the school day. This period features in the National Curriculum as The Making of the United Kingdom for year eight schoolchildren.
British Civil Wars, Commonwealth and Protectorate
Biographies, articles, military history & timelines of the British Civil Wars, Commonwealth and Protectorate period, 1638-60.
Call to Arms
Call to Arms is the directory of all the societies, associations, companies, craftsmen and traders invol
Colonel Nicholas Devereux's Regiment of Foote (ECWS)
(good ECW facts pages, webmaster is a Worcestershire ECW Archaeologist)
Devereux's is the largest regiment within the Roundhead Association of the ECWS with c.100 members. The regiment is proud of its long tradition of continually trying to improve standards of Civil War re-enactment in order to give the public at events a better appreciation of what it was like to live and fight during those turbulent times
English Civil War Resources Pages (ECWS)
Welcome to the English Civil War resource pages. These pages are designed to introduce the browser to the history of the English Civil War and to be a useful resource for anyone interested in the period.
L' Age D'Or - French and English Baroque
Bienvenue, mon cher Monsieur et ma chère Madame, Lord and Lady, Officers and Gentlemen, would you grant me thepleasure to invite you to a hopefully enjoyable journey through time into the splendour of the Baroque Age and the military might of Kirke's Lambs. (Galleries of period paintings)
Live'n History - Historical Presentations
Historical Presentations for Schools, Museums and Heritage Sites by Steve Bacon. Bring the bare bones of history alive with presentations by a qualified and experienced teacher using an extensive range of museum quality artefacts.
Luke's 17the Century Reenacting and Living History Resources (US)
This site contains 17th century, Thirty Years War and English Civil War pamphlets, news sheets and other documents in full text format. Additionally, there are articles of interest to the reenactor, texts of blackletter ballads, bibliographies and links to other useful sites on the internet.
Mary Rose Museum
The Mary Rose is the only 16th century warship on display anywhere in the world. Built between 1509 and 1511, she was one of the first ships able to fire a broadside, and was a firm favourite of King Henry VIII. After a long and successful career, she sank accidentally during an engagement with the French fleet in 1545. Her rediscovery and raising were seminal events in the history of nautical archaeology.
National Army Museum
The National Army Museum is the British Army's own museum. It is the only museum to tell the story of the Army as a whole from Agincourt in the Fifteenth Century to peace-keeping in the Twenty-first Century
The Artillery Garden
Duncan Iain MacLeod's artillery page includes some historical information and lots of photos of ECW artillery reenactment.
The Civil War in Oxfordshire
For most of the War, Oxford was the capital of Royalist England and command headquarters for Charles I's army, whilst London was in the hands of Parliamentarians. Many of the county's towns and villages were held, in turn, by Royalist and Parliamentarian forces and inhabitants had to endure battle, looting and siege. This site looks at these links between Oxford and the Civil War.
The Wallace Collection
The Wallace Collection is both a national museum and the finest private collection of art ever assembled by one family. It was bequeathed to the nation by Lady Wallace, widow of Sir Richard Wallace, in 1897, and opened to the public just over three years later on 22 June 1900.
Torrington 1646 Heritage Centre
Torrington 1646 is the Civil War heritage centre, a unique new indoor/outdoor family attraction located at the heart of Great Torrington.
Victoria and Albert Museum
The Victoria & Albert Museum in London is the world's largest museum of the decorative arts and is home to 145 galleries, including national collections of sculpture, furniture, fashion and photographs.
Weapons of the Thirty Year's War - The Army of Gustavus II Adolphus (US)
The Thirty Years War saw many different styles of weapons and accouterments; however, it is the method in which they were employed that made the basic infantryman a formidable force on the
battlefield. What I hope to do in this page is to break down the influence which each of these major weapons groups had during the Thirty Years War and show you how they were used by
Gustavus II Adolphus' army. - A home for UK reenactors
Welcome to the home for re-enactors of all ages. Within this site you will find fellow enthusiasts, historians, extroverts, fools and drinkers! This is a place to share: share your knowledge, gossips, laughs, trials and tribulations

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