By Philip Katcher
Lots of those images have survived to supply historians and fanatics with actual info on uniforms and guns. 1000s of genuine replications are offered the following with insightful captions stating information that the common observer may well leave out. occasionally the faces themselves inform the tales, occasionally the clues lie within the quantity or placement of buttons or in insignia upon a breastplate. A chronology of significant battles and turning issues supplies viewpoint, whereas an outline of the aim of every corps and squadron offers a distinct perspective at the members. Uniforms and guns are defined and illustrated intimately lending much more aspiring to the images all through.
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