Dedicated living history group The Warwicks 1914-1918 will be setting up a tented infantry camp over the weekend and putting on displays on both days.
What does LHG stand for?
LHG stands for Living History Group (various locations)
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- Linux Hierarchical File System
- Light Helicopter Fire Team
- Lapping, Honing, Grinding (metal finishing)
- Libra Holidays Group Ltd. (Cyprus)
- Licensed Hydrogeologist
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- Lubenham Heritage Group (UK)
- Long Huat Group Berhad (lumber company; Malaysia)
- Lake Highlands Girls Classic League (Dallas, TX)
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- Lincoln Hills Genealogy Group (Lincoln, CA)
- Life Hurts God Heals
- Living History Group Holland
- London Housing Greenspace Network (UK; green social housing group)
- Liten Historisk Geografisk Ordlista (Swedish: Small Historical Geographical Dictionary)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Dedicated living history group, The Warwicks 1914-1918 will be setting up a tented infantry camp over the weekend and putting on displays on both days.
Many of the residents will be reliving life from the Second World War with living history groups.
uk RYEDALE FOLK MUSEUM will be joined by the East Yorkshire Regiment Living History Group for its special World War II Weekend from April 23-24 with re-enactments, living history displays and authentic cooking.
The Living History Group, which also hopes to stage re-enactments at Iron Age round houses at Melin Llynnon, Llanddeusant, hopes to cash in on the growth of heritage tourism.
Not necessarily, as the programs presented by the living history group HIstorytellers (the capital "HI" stands for Historical Interpretation) have shown.
Meanwhile, visitors handled weaponry, uniforms, boots, medals and other items from the Great War at a stand organised by members of the Birmingham Pals Living History Group.
Enjoy Hands on the Past, a living history group portray life in Tudor times at Baddesley Clinton, Rising Lane, Warwickshire.