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living history

noun

  1. any of various activities involving the re-enactment of historical events or the recreation of living conditions of the past


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My Life and Living History hit the perfect intersection of news and gossip, and people who salivate for both bought those books.

But for the Tatars, what they endured as a result of Moscow diktats is living history.

They came to Charlotte to see the president nominated in the flesh, to be a part of living history.

His field was that living history which the generals and soldiers of France were making.

No man has ever yet written a living history without being biassed.

Living history comes from the union of the great man and the happy moment for the crystallization of advancing public sentiment.

He would read, in reverse order, the living history of man and whatever lay before the coming of man.

Boston will possess this valuable work of art, and almost living history of the celebrated speech on the Constitution.

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