By Philip Katcher
"The struggle among the States" is the time period used for the yank Civil battle (1861-1865)throughout a lot of the South even this day. Many on either side – not only the South – felt that they have been serving their states as a lot, if no more, than their critical governments. the various states agreed; the country governments elevating their very own devices, commissioning their officials, and offering their males. certainly, the various devices that fought the Civil warfare have been provided largely via their very own states instead of via the relevant government's quartermasters. Philip Katcher's attention-grabbing textual content explores the uniforms of 32 states; from Alabama to Wisconsin.
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E. d'Albedyhls dragoner as its basis. A. Meierfelt 1703. With the King's Army. Took part in the investment of Grodno in 1706. Captured after Poltava and not raised again. 1703: Hat with yellow lace. Blue cloak with yellow lining and collar. Blue coat with brass buttons, yellow lining and cuffs. Leather vest and breeches. Blue schabraque with yellow border. 1706: Hat with silver lace. Blue coat with auroracolored cuffs and lining. Vest and breeches of buffcolored cloth. Taubes or Schlesiska dragonregementet (600 men.
Blue coat with pewter buttons, red lining and cuffs. Corporals had a dozen more buttons on the coat than the men. Leather vest and breeches, red stockings. Blue cloak with red lining and a pewter-plated iron clasp. The coats of the companies remaining at home were sent out to the field regiment. 1706: The companies in the field received new karpus: black with red facings and decorated with white camlet braid. 1712: The 1,200 men who went to Germany lacked a large part of their equipment: 469 hats, 67 cloaks, 79 coats, 500 pair of leather breeches and vests, 386 swords and 381 belts.
Wachtmeister 1700. Departed in the Spring of 1700 to Wellingk's Corps, the fördubbling were placed in the ordinary unit, then with Schlippenbach until 1704-05 when it was transferred to Lewenhaupt. Remained in Estland in 1708, and in garrison in Riga and Reval. Captured there in 1710. Dark gray hat with yellow and blue lace. Gray cloak with yellow lining, gray coat with yellow lining and cuffs. Leather vest and breeches. Yellow schabraque and pistol covers. " 1704: The regiment was completely ununiformed after Erastfehr and Hummelshof.
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