Tag Archives: Reenactors

What if…What if…What if?

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Of course you know by now that the “what if” questions drive me nuts, particularly the well-worn: what if Stonewall had lived to fight at Gettysburg.

But I have to confess that I am really taking to these entirely anachronistic images popping up here and there featuring soldiers from one era pictured with soldiers/equipment from another. There is even a series going around with Star Wars gear paired with real images from WWII. It’s just plain fun.

Well I suppose the boys in gray would have made good use out of some mechanized armor. Ahhhh….what if…

With compliments,

Keith

The Americanist Independent September Issue Has Hit the Web

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Do you want to know more about the Atomic Energy Commission in the 1950s? Well now’s your chance.

Folger - Amhearst College

How about Standard Oil president and avid collector of Shakespeare, Henry Clay Folger. Well here you go.

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Do the letters of WWII Navy aviator Bill Evans, who fought at Midway, interest you? Well you know where to find them.

Elbe River Tactical at Old Bedford Village - February 2014-4

Have you ever wondered what makes a WWII reenactor tick? Well guess what…

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With compliments,

Keith