Napoleon Series Archive 2009

Re: Nice one, lads!
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Actually Caroline, I think its a great idea as it would 'spice up'
the UK Napoleonic re-enactment season.
The trouble with UK based napoleonic re-enactments is theirs
no historical precedence for british and french napoleonic troops
putting on a 'Living history' display together.
But by re-enacting life at Norman Cross POW camp or at any one of
the 50 parole towns. They can stage a Living History re-enactment of
life in a 'parole town' with british troops mixing with discontented
french POW's and perhaps even including a chase resulting from an
escape by french prisoners of war.

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French Leek, POW's in Staffordshire *LINK*
Re: French officers cause quite a stir *LINK*
Re: French officers cause quite a stir
French Prisoners of War in Britain, 18031814
French prisoners' lodges ...in England ...to 1814
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Re: Wantage another Parole town
Re: Wantage another Parole town
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Nice one, lads!
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The Chambers Dictionary, french POW connection *LINK*
Re: French scandalous behaviour in St Ives *LINK*
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Re: French Leek, POW's in Staffordshire