The Czarniecki Division Yahoo Group: Based in New England.
Winged hussars, pancerni cossacks and light cavalry. The largest
17th century Polish reenactment group in the USA. Discussion group,
photos, links. The group does several reenactments and festival
appearances each year, members perform fencing, archery and riding
demos at events.
Winged Hussar Foundation: A new site based in Poland dedicated
to hussar today and back then. It is run by our friend Bartosz Siedlar
and features lots of great You tubes on hussar re-enacting today in
Definately one of the most fascinating sites on the subject.
The Banner of St Michal: A new reenactment group based in the
Mid West /Chicagoland area with members in several states. This
17th cen. Polish grou pfocuses on the 1683 Vienna Campaign and a
couple decades earlier.
Orlicki's Polish Light Artillery Group: A 17th century Polish
reenactment group based around Kismeta, the group's working replica
of a period artillery. The artillery crew is supported by hussars,
pancerni and dragoons. This site is an excellent resource for new
recruits to get information on getting started as a 17th century
Polish Art Center - A great store featuring Polish books, arts and
crafts, music, jewelery, gifts and of course the Polish Re-enactors
Handbook. Located in Hamtramck MI for over 30 years.
Polska Reustawa - Also known as Katski's Regiment. A 17th century
Polish reenactment group based on dragoons and pancerni cossacks
with an emphasis on firearms and horse archery.
The Royal White Eagle The Royal White Eagle guild is a historical
re-enactment group that performs at events in California and Nevada.
The group presents the travels and travails of Polish Magnats and
their household during the mid-1500s to the courts of Europe
Zagloba's Tavern - A 17th century Polish and Eastern European
discussion group with hundreds of worldwide members. Lots of great
conversations and debates go on here.
The Sienkiewicz Society: A Polish cultural organization based in
Arlington, Va. that the 17th cen. Polish-Lithuanian-Ukranian
Commonwealth groups like Czarniecki, Katski, Orlicki, Kozaky and St
Michal operated under.