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By Albert Seaton

This booklet examines the uniforms, apparatus, heritage and enterprise of the Austro-Hungarian military of the Napoleonic Wars. The process the Silesian, progressive, Napoleonic and New Austrian Wars are all summarised. Uniforms are proven in complete illustrated aspect.

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On collar of tunic and mess-jacket - In silver, crossed khukris with ' 5 ' in the upper angle, surmounted by the Royal Crest. On the collar of service jacket - Nil. g. collar) to be worn on white full-dress helmet. g. collar). ) 6TH GURKHA RIFLES On buttons - In black horn, crossed khukris, edge downwards and '6' between the handles. On collar of tunic and mess-jacket - In silver, crossed khukris, edge downwards and '6' between the handles. On collar of service jacket - Nil. On helmet - Nil. On cap - In silver, crossed khukris, edge downwards and '6' between the handles below a scroll inscribed 'GURKHA RIFLES'.

This fine Caton Woodville sketch shows Gurkhas in action during the First World War. It has an unusual central figure - the havildar-major is not often the centrepiece of a picture. Note that he has two miniature kukris attached to his fighting weapon, while the bugler behind h i m has only one and other ranks have none: the significance of this feature is not clear. (National Army Museum) 36 On officers' forage cap - As above (in miniature) mounted on a red silk cord boss. 9TH British officer in review order, 1920s; a sketch by Colonel Borrowman of the 1/4th Gurkhas.

C. in November 1809. The standard nether wear for naiks (corporals) and sepoys were 'Jangheas' or shorts, white with a zigzag border of black or dark blue. An order had permitted havildars to wear pantaloons instead of the jangheas - entirely at their own request (and, of course, expense). ' Officers of flank companies, as in the British service were to wear sabres of an approved regimental pattern (123), and all infantry officers when on duty were to wear gorgets, gilt, engraved with the arms of the Honourable East India Company, and suspended by ribbons of the colour of the regimental facings (September 1813).

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