Battle of Komarov, AD 1920 (90th anniversary reenactment)
The Battle of Komarov took place on August 31, 1920 during The Polish–Soviet War (1919-1921, an armed conflict between Soviet Russia and the Second Polish Republic and the Ukrainian People's Republic over the control of present day Ukraine and Belarus). It has been the biggest cavalry battle in the history of war since the Napoleonic Battle of the Nations at Leipzig AD 1813, as well as one of the brightest page in the history of the glorious Polish Cavalry which heavily smashed the Russian 1st Cavalry Army.
Battle of Krasnobród, AD 1939 (2009 edition)
The historical reenactment of the Battle of Krasnobród which took place on 23 September 1939 near the town of Krasnobród between the forces of the Polish Army and the German Wehrmacht during the Invasion of Poland. It was one of the last battles in European warfare in which cavalry was used on both sides. Two episodes of the skirmishes are reenacted, the first referring to the cavalry charge with sabres and lances of the 25th Greater Polish Uhlans Regiment under Lt. Col. Bohdan Stachlewski who managed to retake the pivotal town of Krasnobród, while the second referring to the events of the next day, September 24th, when the first 39 Infantry Division won two hills in the area Krasnobrod, but then failed to repel the German counter-attack and had to withdraw.