whats the best WW1 re-enactor forum...?

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whats the best WW1 re-enactor forum...?

Postby Mark Griffin » Sat Jun 07, 2014 8:52 am

Just wondering.... any opinions out there?

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Re: whats the best WW1 re-enactor forum...?

Postby Miss Costello » Sat Jun 07, 2014 12:10 pm

The quick answer is, there isn't one. Once upon a time there was a European one, but then they decided that anyone who did WW2 LH (even British) has questionable politics so they banned most members...

So then another British one was started but I think has tech issues, so we mainly post in groups on FB. Our small core of GW LH has suddenly expanded as people clamour to get involved in GW events.

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Re: whats the best WW1 re-enactor forum...?

Postby Mark Griffin » Sat Jun 07, 2014 12:17 pm

as i thought, thanks. So its groups comms only. Joy... I love the sound of silence!

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Re: whats the best WW1 re-enactor forum...?

Postby Miss Costello » Sat Jun 07, 2014 12:38 pm

Sadly yes, if you drop me a message on FB if you want your recruiting post shared I can put it on?

I think forums for a lot of us have had their day and we do tend to rely more on our own FB pages.

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