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War and Peace Revival 2013

2013 marks the 31st annual War and Peace show and the first year at it’s new venue at Folkestone racecourse the old RAF Westen hanger. The show is billed as the Greatest gathering of military vehicles on the planet with 5 fields of military vehicle displays three of which are ‘green’ camping ie. military tents only, also several fields of living history displays.

To give an idea of the size here’s a list of vehicles
  • 23 Amphibious
  • 69 Ambulances
  • 120 Bicycles
  • 298 Motorcycles
  • 467 Jeeps
  • 719 Light vehicles
  • 272 Medium vehicles
  • 312 Heavy vehicles
  • 22 Artillery pieces
  • 109 Wheeled Armour
  • 81 Tracked Armour
  • 34 Tracked miscellaneous (Kettenkrad, MLRS, Caterpillar D2 etc)
  • 152 Miscellaneous (mainly trailers)
  • 120 living history group displays
All that together with the arena events, vintage cars, traders where you can buy anything from a washer to a running Cromwell tank £199,000 if your interested, a model show, dance and music areas and of course all sorts of refreshment.

The show is held over five days for the public and at this new venue is huge, I was not able to see everything in one day.
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About Luciano Satornetti (Littorio)
FROM: ENGLAND - SOUTH EAST, UNITED KINGDOM

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