By Robin Smith
An in depth examine the uniforms and kit of the typical military and the militai regiments.Features the yank Indian Cavalry devices. greater than one hundred fifty pictures. RAPIDили
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Cockson engraving. Trustees of the British Museum) prised a caliver and ramrod; flask of powder; a smaller flask, the 'touch', containing priming powder; bullet bag (though the English favoured carrying their bullets in the mouth in action); three or four yards of spare match cut into yard lengths; tinderbox; 'priming iron' to clear the caliver's touchhole; bulletmould; sword and dagger; and, usually, a helmet, often abandoned in favour of a soft hat by the close of the period. Note that he wears no uniform: though these were issued, mostly in the form of red or blue cassocks (sleeveless jackets worn over civilian dress), they were often in short supply - only 2,500 were available for 9,000 men on one occasion.
Mit Aufzeichnungen auf Deutsch über den Farbtafeln. I8TH CENTURY 118 236 240 248 48 228 39 244 Jacobite Rebellions Frederick the Great (1) Frederick the Great (2) Frederick the Great (3) Wolfe's Army American Woodland Indians Brit. Army in N. America French in Amer. War Ind.
However, the problem was—and continued to be—that skirmishers is what most of them remained, and as such they were unable to stand up against the English horse unless numbers or terrain favoured them. English observers unanimously put this down to two specific features of the way they fought: firstly, that they rode without stirrups, which meant that, secondly, they could not couch their lances but could Siege of Enniskillen Castle, February 1594: another picture-map by John Thomas. This picture is full of interesting details, among them Captain Dowdall's Irish horseboy carrying his shield (centre foreground); the mobile 'sow' designed to cover the advance of '30 men; the entrenched artillery positions; and the boats fitted with scaling ladders.
American Civil War: Union Army by Robin Smith