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Skirmish Living History Magazine Issue 97 Back Issue

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In issue 97, recreating the look of a MG34 Gunner ‘Grossdeutschland Division’ Russia 1942 is examined. Charlie Allan fills us in on the Duncarron project and we take a look at the view from the other side of the barrier in the article 'The Right Buttons... '. There is a fantastic ten-page report from the 150th anniversary reenactment of the Batte of Shiloh and another in depth article from Dr Andrew Bamford 'On the March for the Emperor'. Find out what took place at this year's Fortress Wales and The 2012 Chester Roman Festival. We take a look at a Vietnam re-enactment in Spanby Woods and also Waterloo 2012. Charlie Schroeder shares his experiences of his first reenactment in 'Drive on Stalingrad' and in King George’s Finest: 1812, the Forgotten War there is a report from the event Skirmish on the Canadian Border at Cannon Hall. Jonathan Davies also presents a report from a recent living history event at Tretower Court.
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Issue 97 In issue 97, recreating the look of a MG34 Gunner ‘Grossdeutschland Division’ Russia 1942 is examined. Charlie Allan fills us in on the Duncarron project and we take a look at the view from the other side of the barrier in the article 'The Right Buttons... '. There is a fantastic ten-page report from the 150th anniversary reenactment of the Batte of Shiloh and another in depth article from Dr Andrew Bamford 'On the March for the Emperor'. Find out what took place at this year's Fortress Wales and The 2012 Chester Roman Festival. We take a look at a Vietnam re-enactment in Spanby Woods and also Waterloo 2012. Charlie Schroeder shares his experiences of his first reenactment in 'Drive on Stalingrad' and in King George’s Finest: 1812, the Forgotten War there is a report from the event Skirmish on the Canadian Border at Cannon Hall. Jonathan Davies also presents a report from a recent living history event at Tretower Court.


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In issue 97, recreating the look of a MG34 Gunner ‘Grossdeutschland Division’ Russia 1942 is examined. Charlie Allan fills us in on the Duncarron project and we take a look at the view from the other side of the barrier in the article 'The Right Buttons... '. There is a fantastic ten-page report from the 150th anniversary reenactment of the Batte of Shiloh and another in depth article from Dr Andrew Bamford 'On the March for the Emperor'. Find out what took place at this year's Fortress Wales and The 2012 Chester Roman Festival. We take a look at a Vietnam re-enactment in Spanby Woods and also Waterloo 2012. Charlie Schroeder shares his experiences of his first reenactment in 'Drive on Stalingrad' and in King George’s Finest: 1812, the Forgotten War there is a report from the event Skirmish on the Canadian Border at Cannon Hall. Jonathan Davies also presents a report from a recent living history event at Tretower Court.
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Below is a selection of articles in Skirmish Living History Issue 97.