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Posted by: mihnea November 17, 2006 12:52 pm
http://www.6dorobanti.ro/

It's not much at the moment but in the future it will be... I hope. unsure.gif

Posted by: D13-th_Mytzu November 17, 2006 03:04 pm
Looking good so far smile.gif
Great job all of you are doing ! We ar ereally looking forward to more events like the ones you put up.

Posted by: Kepi November 17, 2006 05:24 pm
We only have the www domain and hope to get the site ready in a few weeks, with the help of a specialist. We are hard working to amass the information and photos.

Posted by: RHaught November 18, 2006 11:15 am
Great! Will add it to the links page on the WWII Romanian site. Make sure to add a reenacting links page so you can exchange with other organizations (WWI and WWII) which would also add more exposure for the unit. wink.gif Great Job!

Posted by: RHaught December 28, 2006 02:47 am
Mihnea and Kepi,

Too bad you can't come here and play at the WWI site in Pennsylvania. Going to do a winter trench life event during February (day after my birthday and is my present to go from my wife biggrin.gif ) and in April have a spring event. Site to the Great War Association is http://www.great-war-assoc.org/ and the WWI forum is http://s12.invisionfree.com/The_Trench_Line/index.php

Posted by: Kepi December 28, 2006 05:58 am
Great!

Unfortunately Pennsylvania it’s a little bit too far from here. Next year we are planning to go only at European WW1 shows: Passchendaele, in Belgium, an important international event, on 14th-15th of July and at the city of Brad, in western Transylvania, on 11th of August. Blossdorf-1915, in Czech republic, (on 4th of August) and Komarom, in Hungary, (middle of September) are also possible targets but it depends upon other commitments.

What WW1 army do you reenact?

Posted by: 21 inf January 07, 2007 07:55 pm
Congratulations, 6 Dorobanti.
I served in 21 Infantry, former 3 Dorobanti.
Good luck!

Posted by: Kepi February 08, 2007 06:39 am
Well finally we have the site! Please see: http://www.6dorobanti.ro and enjoy!

This way we hope to improve our visibility among the military-history fans and the promotion of living history events in Romania or abroad. The site also has a forum that deals with reenactment in Romania, in which you would find a lot of interesting information on this subject.

Many thanks to the WorldWar2 Forum administrators who accepted to host our reenactment hobby and for the person who very kindly helped us to build our own site & forum.

Posted by: Messerschmitt February 08, 2007 07:17 am
QUOTE (Kepi @ February 08, 2007 09:39 am)
Well finally we have the site! Please see: http://www.6dorobanti.ro and enjoy!

This way we hope to improve our visibility among the military-history fans and the promotion of living history events in Romania or abroad. The site also has a forum that deals with reenactment in Romania, in which you would find a lot of interesting information on this subject.

Many thanks to the WorldWar2 Forum administrators who accepted to host our reenactment hobby and for the person who very kindly helped us to build our own site & forum.

Great job! I`m on the forum already.

Posted by: RHaught February 11, 2007 03:26 am
Great site! Wish the unit the best and hope you see the hobby grow in Romania!

Posted by: Kepi February 11, 2007 10:20 am
Thanks for your kind wishes. We do hope to cooperate with the reenactors of the 34th Infantry Regiment of Constanta / 9th Infantry Division, on different events, here and abroad.

We put a link towards your nice site (http://www.9thromanian.com/). Unfortunately, I tried to open it recently, but it didn’t work.

Posted by: RHaught February 11, 2007 12:51 pm
Kepi,

Will add your link to site as well. Might have been working on server/changes when you tried or I was doing something on it. Should be up and running now. Next event coming up is in Virginia, scenerio Spring 1943 after Stalingrad.

Will let you know when I am coming to Romania the next time just incase something is happening in reenacting.

Posted by: Kepi February 11, 2007 05:55 pm
QUOTE (RHaught @ February 11, 2007 12:51 pm)
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Will let you know when I am coming to Romania the next time just incase something is happening in reenacting.

Yes, please! It will be great if you could join us for some show.

You could find our next events at “Missions – 2007” on the site.

Posted by: RHaught February 20, 2007 04:05 am
Kepi,

Wife is thinking of returning home to Iasi for two weeks this summer. I do not know what the plan is but think she really wants to return for a last time to Romania since I doubt her grandparents will be alive the next time she wants to return.

As for the site, I have it linked to the 9th Romanian site. Have one joining up for the East Front event in GA and another in Iraq right now so will wait till he returns. Too bad the forum is in Romanian and I only know very little but translating with a dictionary, online sources would make me feel like a student again.

Posted by: Kepi February 20, 2007 05:15 pm
It will be great to meet you next summer. Maybe you could come at the beginning of august when we plan to organize a WW1 battle show in the town of Brad (11th of August), in Transylvania.

Thanks for linking our website on your 9th Romanian Division site. We also gave information about your site, see: http://6dorobanti.ro/forum/YaBB.pl?num=1171647624.

Our forum is in Romanian but we also have an “International section” in which any foreigner could write his opinions.

Posted by: RHaught February 21, 2007 03:09 am
Well you guys could think of coming here in November to play WWI. Here is a video of where we play in the GWA.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQBAsbPPgSo

Posted by: Kepi February 21, 2007 06:14 am
Thanks for your offer. We would like very much to come but America it’s a little bit too far from here.

We hardly try to arrange our trip to the WW2 show of Orechov ( 21st of April, see: http://www.orechov1945.cz/index-frame.htm ), near Brno, southern Czech Republic, only 1000 kilometers from Bucharest. I think it's more difficult to cross the Atlantic .

Posted by: RHaught April 26, 2007 02:17 am
Kepi,

Maybe you could add a page for Dragos so he can get more exposure for producing reproduction uniforms. Also, does he still have the correct color wool to make them? Have 1 maybe 2 new members here in the US.

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