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Posted on Thursday 15th May

This Spring Bank Holiday weekend, experience Napoleonic life with the largest Napoleonic re-enactment in the UK for many years: Battle of the Nations.

Battle of the Nations is open to the public on the weekend of 24 - 25 May 2014 at Hunton Court near Maidstone in Kent. Visitors can take in the sights and sounds of a Napoleonic living history camp by watching the re-enactors going about the day-to-day tasks. Visitors can speak to the soldiers and watch them practice drills and skills.

This year's event will be filmed as part of a series about re-enacting. Battle of the Nations is a non profit event raising funds for charity. More details via battleofthenations.webs.com and Facebook.

Battlefield History TV will be exhibiting and filming at the event.

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