By Alan Kemp
Fifteenth The King's Hussars КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ fifteenth The King's HussarsDRESS AND APPOINTMENTS 1759-1914издательство: ALMARK PUBLICATIONSавтор: ALAN KEMPТип: pdf Формат: rarРазмер: 18 MbКол-во страниц: 48Изображения: черно-белые, цветные рисункиTHIS ebook exhibits the advance of the uniforms and gear of the fifteenth The King's Hussars from the elevating of the Regiment in 1759 to the endof the full-dress period in 1914. while it isn't attainable in a publication of this dimension to checklist each order of gown, and the varied minute adjustments over 250years, all significant adjustments are absolutely documented.скачать -http://10manhobby./6984697Зеркало на файл: (Mirror)скачать - http://.com/files/6005688 eighty five
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Extra resources for 15th The King's Hussars: Dress and Appointments, 1759-1914
Drawings made of the Guidons of the 15th about 1807 show them as having rounded ends like those of heavy cavalry, rather than the regulation swallow tails of light cavalry. The three Guidons illustrated are based on the 1807 notes and are coloured as follows: 1 Regimental Guidon, 1760: Green ground, white horses on red patches and rose and thistle in natural colours on red patches, set around the centre device. This consists of a white hound attacking a brown stag all on a red 45 patch, surrounded by a natural coloured wreath of roses and thistles.
The following year the overall stripes for officers were altered from 38 gold lace to yellow cloth, although on the levee dress pantaloons a single cord of gold gimp was worn. Slings and belts for undress were of white (buff) leather. In 1896, blue serge frocks for undress with brass buttons and steel shoulder chains were worn. Brown gloves were introduced. Seven years later the shoulder chains were abolished. 1904 saw considerable changes made to the equipment. The sabretache and shabraque were both abolished (the NCOs and men had been without sabretaches since 1888).
Brown gloves were introduced. Seven years later the shoulder chains were abolished. 1904 saw considerable changes made to the equipment. The sabretache and shabraque were both abolished (the NCOs and men had been without sabretaches since 1888). Officers' saddles were now covered by a leopard skin with an embroidered scarlet patch on the front. A drab mixture cloth greatcoat of universal pattern was adopted. The foreign service uniform was a khaki jacket (frock), breeches and puttees (officers wore brown leather gaiters).
15th The King's Hussars: Dress and Appointments, 1759-1914 by Alan Kemp