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French; 7th Light Infantry, Carabiner 1811. Most regiments at this time had stopped using the colpack.

French; 7th Light Infantry, Carabiner 1811. Most regiments at this time had stopped using the colpack.

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Dark Hues For An Intimate Wedding Inspiration Shoot

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Napoleontic Hussar's costume, cotton, wool, metal. Made by Angela Mombers. You can see how it's made on https://www.facebook.com/Walkingthroughhistory

Napoleontic Hussar's costume, cotton, wool, metal. Made by Angela Mombers. You can see how it's made on https://www.facebook.com/Walkingthroughhistory

British 11th Hussar-Crimea.  Keith Rocco.  This painting depicts a Troop Sergeant Major of the 11th Hussars during the Crimean War. The 11th was designated by Queen Victoria in 1840 as 'Prince Albert's Own'. The regiment's uniform was distinctive among other hussar regiments by its crimson (or 'cherry') colored trousers which gave rise to its nicknames; "The Cherrypickers" and "the Cherubums".

British 11th Hussar-Crimea. Keith Rocco. This painting depicts a Troop Sergeant Major of the 11th Hussars during the Crimean War. The 11th was designated by Queen Victoria in 1840 as 'Prince Albert's Own'. The regiment's uniform was distinctive among other hussar regiments by its crimson (or 'cherry') colored trousers which gave rise to its nicknames; "The Cherrypickers" and "the Cherubums".

WWI French Uniforms were similar to the use and function of American Uniforms. While the French uniforms were longer than the Americans.

WWI French Uniforms were similar to the use and function of American Uniforms. While the French uniforms were longer than the Americans.

A Boche prisoner, wounded and muddy is led along a railway track as British Army infantrymen return from another push on the battlefield

Heartbreaking photos of troops on the eve of the Somme 100 years ago

A Boche prisoner, wounded and muddy is led along a railway track as British Army infantrymen return from another push on the battlefield

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