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Dustin McLean

Does anyone even remember Ender’s Game? Didn’t think so. But check out my makeup jobs for Harrison Ford and Ben Kingsley! All eyeliner pen. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Find "Homemade Movies MOVIE" on YouTube to see the full recreation! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #reenactment

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Earl of Manchester's Regiment

The British 'Redcoat' is a famous - and infamous - figure in world history. Its origins stretch back to England's very first 'professional' army, the one formed by the English Parliament in 1645, often referred to as the 'New Model Army'. The New Model infantry were famous as the first English army where all the regiments wore red coats and by the 1650s the term 'red-coat' had been generally adopted by New Model Army soldiers to describe themselves. A report in the newsbook Perfect Passages for 7 May 1645, describing the New Model infantry marching out of Windsor on 1 May, recorded that 'the men are Redcoats all, the whole army only are distinguished by several facings of their coats'. The 'facings' were the lining of the soldier's coat which would be visible where the coat sleeves were turned back to form a cuff. Surviving contracts for the manufacture of uniforms for the New Model Army and contemporary accounts describing New Model infantry show that it continued to be issued with red uniforms throughout its existence. Prior to this infantry were provided with uniform coats by the county where they were levied, the colonel who raised the regiment or the military administration, Parliamentary or Royalist, which provided uniforms from a centrally organised supply. . #reenactment . 📷 Levitt Parkes

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The Badge Maker

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Sot Vargadís

This is where I will celebrate Litha and the Swedish Midsommar! 😉 . . . #reenactment

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