re-enactment


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re-enactment

n
the acting out or repetition of a past event or situation
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re-enactment

[ˌriːɪˈnæktmənt] Nreconstrucción f
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re-enactment

n (of law etc)Wiederinkraftsetzung f; (of scene)Nachspiel nt; (of event, crime)Nachstellen nt
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Locally, there are a Revolutionary War re-enactment at Cantigny in Wheaton, Civil War re-enactments in a variety of places, one for World War I in Rockford, a World War II re-enactment in South Elgin and even one for the Vietnam War in Elgin a few years ago.
The event, managed by Historic Environment Scotland (HES), will feature a programme of family-friendly activity, historical re-enactment, music, dance and song.
The Napoleonic re-enactment and siege has been held at Whittington Castle since 2016 and is thought to be the only one in the UK that features scaling ropes and ladders.
The re-enactment by the Sealed Knot Society on August 25, 1985, turned out to be more violent that planned with Warwick General Hospital eventually being filled up with costumed Cavaliers and Roundheads waiting for treatment of battle scars.
The battle re-enactment will be one of the largest ever staged in the North East.
Police have set the re-enactment of the killing of Tanauan, Batangas Mayor Antonio Halili on Thursday as investigators continue searching for clues that will aid their investigation.
on Tuesday, the Independence Day rites showed the re-enactment of the unfurling of the Philippine flag in Kawit, Cavite 120 years ago at the balcony of the new National Museum-Bohol.
A battle re-enactment of Koxingga's famous capture of Taiwan from the Dutch, and their Qing allies, was staged today on April 29 in southern Taiwan, with local students, and even some foreigners participating in the day's activities.
A railway which puts on a World War Two re-enactment weekend has withdrawn its invitation to people who dress as German soldiers following negative publicity.
Marty Burns, dressed as the patron saint, pitched up inside the ruins of Inch Abbey as the re-enactment of his first landing in Ireland took place.
DURANT A re-enactment of a battle involving American and Soviet troops joining forces against the Germans in World War II is set for 2 p.m.
The new episode will center on a town, whose annual Civil War re-enactment is plagued by spirits from the past.