British Infantry Regiments 1660-1914 (uniforms, Weapons, Boer War, India Guards)
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British Infantry Regiments 1660-1914 (uniforms, Weapons, Boer War, India Guards):
BRITISH INFANTRY REGIMENTS
1660 – 1914
‘British Infantry Regiments’, 1660 – 1914, provides the student of military uniforms with a comprehensive basic guide to the evolution of the dress of the British infantryman from about 1660 when the army was first organised as a regular force up until the outbreak of war in 1914 after which the wearing of full dress uniforms generally ceased except in a few regiments.
There are 114 uniforms shown in colour and presented chronologically, plus three facsimile colour plates. These colour illustrations are supplemented by detailed line drawings showing multi-view aspects of the main uniform styles plus individual garments and rank distinctions. There are also 20 half-tone illustrations , all from contemporary sources, including rare 19th century photographs. The detailed text describes all the uniform changes and regulations, and in addition covers the main organisational changes over the years.
This 1972 hardback edition book is in good / very good overall condition and the dustjacket has been well protected by a polythene sleeve (see photograph). All pages are present, secure and free from tears, creases and significant marks other than some age discolouration to the page edges. This book runs to 48 pages (21cm x 15cm) and is profusely illustrated throughout.
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