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Why am I putting his link here? Well, he DOES have an antique car -- a 1924 Studebaker -- all original! Too cool!
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And my baby brother's new toy... he sure likes Studebakers!

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Das Teufels Alpdrücken FähnleinWelcome to reenactor.Net -- the world-wide, on-line home of reenacting!

On reenactor.Net you will find information about historical reen-acting around the world. The links are broken down into what we call "Time/Areas" or simply "T/A's." Each of the T/A's are run by an Assistant Webmaster who is active in that period and holds a great love for it.

Not only will you find links to individual unit websites, but also those of overall "parent" organizations. Eventually, each T/A will include a reading list and overall links to other sites which pertain to that period of time.

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Through the kind help of our friends, reenactor .Net has moved to a new server! And... we will be able to continue the stuff we do ;-) To all who helped out, THANK YOU!!!

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In March of 2005, we moved to a new server (again...), and we are still finding and tracking down problems. If you DO find any errors, PLEASE bring them to our attention! If you don't tell us, often we won't find it ;-(

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NEW: Check out the NEW additions to the site page. We try to post the additions along with the date so you can figure out what's new. (okay, so sometimes (often) we don't get around to updating this page as much as we need to... hope to work on that in the future...)


To help you find upcoming events, we also have a calendar section which is constantly being updated needs to be updated [Okay, it hasn't been lately ;-( the Calendarmeister (as happens in reenacting) has had things to attend to in REAL LIFE... but, good news in that a friend is building us a nifty php-powerd, automatic calendar and it should be up soon! Look for it! And... if YOU want to become our Calendarmeister, let us know!]

Meet Our Staff!

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Movie Work

If you're interested in using reenactors in a production or you're a reenactor thinking about doing movie/film work, read this!

Wanna Start Your Own New Unit or
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Then check out this page we just added, written by Matt Amt of LEGIO XX! This article really details what you need to do

and how to make the new unit work out right!

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Hey, go visit our main guestbook and sign in--we always like to hear your feedback. If you have a problem to comment on or something, just contact us directly! The Guestbook though, is a great way to connect with your fellow reenactors.

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If you are looking for books, music CD's or videos about any particular time period, please visit reenactor.Net's on-line store. What does this mean? Do we have a store... Can you come in and yell at us ;-Þ nope, it means we are an "Associate" of! Each of our Time/Areas has (or will have--only a one or two don't have a reading list) a Reading list with links to books at Amazon. This is one of the ways you can help keep reenactor.Net going--the pittance we receive from Amazon when you buy a book through us!

If you have any questions about our On-Line Store, please view its F.A.Q. page.

A book by a good friend of ours, Dr. Jenny Thompson! All about reenactors... Jenny has been writing this book for many years and has finally finished it.

I just got my copy and am reading it. Fun to try and figure out who is who (Jenny changed the names to protect the foolish) Also, I am amused to see myself quoted a few times ;-)


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