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living history

n
(Education) any of various activities involving the re-enactment of historical events or the recreation of living conditions of the past
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The story of this household is a living history in miniature of the Commune since I have known it, and of all young industrial states.
Skirmishes, brawls, re-enactments and living history events are the order of the day at Braemar Castle at the weekend.
The educational activity day led by members of the Highland Light Infantry 52nd Lowland Division living history group.
5-7, Haugen: Living history tactical event with simulations of 1944 Allied and German battles, historic military vehicles, and onsite accommodations.
When I began my PhD project, I wanted to use living history to better understand why the choices were made to either stay loyal to the Crown, or become a Patriot to the cause.
BRADGATE Park stepped back in time with the annual Living History weekend.
In an exclusive chat with Travelpulse and MICE, the leader of the delegation, Otunba Styles disclosed that 'I am pleased to express my strong support for the 'Living History Museum Project, as submitted by my constituents led by High Chief Nathaniel B.
The living history museum transports you back to 1703 and a community where the Apalachee and newcomers from Spain lived together.
Two approaches to living-history interpretation are widely used, first-person living history and third-person living history.
Backed by [pounds sterling]10,000 funding from Avenue Services, the Living History Hub Company has been visiting primary schools inBlaconto inspire children to learn more about the past.
If you enjoy history, plan a visit to Discovery Park of America in Union City as the park hosts "Civil War Days" Living History Encampment April 20 -- 22 on the Great Lawn.
Virtually every province boasted at least one large project, and by the 1970s, there was a network of living history museums, as they came to be called, from coast to coast.