Historical reenactment

“Reenactment” redirects here. For the 1968 Romanian film, see The Reenactment. Historical reenactment is a scripted educational activity in which participants follow a prearranged plan to recreate some aspects of a historical event or period. This may be as narrow as a specific moment from a battle, such as the reenactment of Pickett’s Charge at the Great Reunion of 1913, or as broad as an entire period, such as Regency reenactment or The 1920s Berlin Project.

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