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Far Isles Medieval Society
- Historical reenactment society is based in the UK and covers 500 to 1600 AD, Dark Ages to shortly before the English Civil War. Membership information and newsletter.
Historical Impressions Group of Munich
- A Munich Germany group re-enacting Celts, the Middle Ages, the Napoleonic wars and the American Civil War. Descriptions of units/periods re-enacted, photo-gallery and link list
The History Re-enactment Workshop
- An English group re-enacting English daily life in the late 16th or late 17th centuries as part of house museum presentations. Description of group, catalogue and photographs of past re-enactments, contact information for prospective members or patrons.
- A resource for British re-enactors. Includes information on history, costumes and music, events listings, forums and free webspace for re-anactors.
The National Association of Re-enactment Societies
- UK national body that sets safety and professional standards for re-enactment groups. Includes guidance notes.
Netherlands Platform for Living History
- Dutch re-enactment groups; contact information about each member-group; pictures of multi-period events.
- Battle re-enactment clan from Limerick, Ireland. Pictures, events, safety rules, kit guide for Celtic clothing and weapons; articles on Celtic myths, knight's armor.
- California-based theatrical combat performance group, specializing in Thirteenth through Nineteenth Fight Choreography for events, television, and films.
- Dutch Re-enactment society; has several workgroups and periods of re-enacting.
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