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.
Skirmishes, brawls, re-enactments and living history events are the order of the day at Braemar Castle at the weekend.
"We do World War Two re-enactments and always get quite a bit of interest.
They have roles in re-enactments of the 11 crimes the weapon is known to have been involved in.
Walking in the footsteps of the Stark family - whose home was filmed in the Castle Ward estate in Co Down - hundreds took part in re-enactments of scenes from the hit fantasy series.
With attractions at Rawtenstall, Ramsbottom, Irwell Vale, Heywood and Bury along the length of the heritage railway, the weekend will see battle re-enactments, live music and dancing, classic cars and military vehicles, Second World War plane and tank displays, and vintage stalls along the 12-mile line through the beautiful Irwell Valley.
There will be wartime re-enactments, afternoon teas, picnic in the park, a children's party, dances, live music, a garden opening and much more.
The photographs are of re-enactments or existing ruins; it is a glossy production but a little short on primary sources.
Look out for the re-enactments of events from cute little kids.
Through his research and participation in re-enactments, he was able to correct what the family believed about an ancestor who fought and died in the war.
He follows re-enactments and has published a book about them, described as: 132pages of vivid photography by Cosmo Condina captures battle re-enactments and daily camp life at Niagara's forts.
The field was used at the Bannockburn Live event last year for re-enactments of the Bruce's 1314 victory over the English.