1840's Mexican Division General's Coat Heavily embroidered but less colorful than the full-dress version, it was worn with a light-blue silk sash.

1840's Mexican Division General's Coat Heavily embroidered but less colorful than the full-dress version, it was worn with a light-blue silk sash.

Mexican military musicians From a scarce CDV album of mexican occupationals made by the studio Cruces y Campa in the 1860s. (Musicos)

Oficios ocupacionales mexicanos hechos por el estudio "Cruces y Campa" en la década de

tropa boliviana

Corneta y Soldado Escuadrón “Murillo” Corneta Escuadrón “Vanguardia” o “Legión Boliviana” Oficial Porta...

This Gary Zaboly plate of Mexican light company soldiers is a good illustration of how uniforms might vary in practice from the intended regulations. The rifleman on the right foreground, though missing his shoes, is likely the most representative of the regulation uniform. His comrades show variations in coats, trousers, and shakos.

This Gary Zaboly plate of Mexican light company soldiers is a good illustration of how uniforms might vary in practice from the intended regulations. The rifleman on the right foreground, though missing his shoes, is likely the most representative of the regulation uniform. His comrades show variations in coats, trousers, and shakos.

The Mexican Adventure: Uniforms: Mexican Imperial Troops Colonel Pedro Gonzalez Commander, Lancers "Emperatriz", 1866-1867

The Mexican Adventure: Uniforms: Mexican Imperial Troops Colonel Pedro Gonzalez Commander, Lancers "Emperatriz", 1866-1867

Brazilian Zouave, Paraguayan War or War of the Triple Alliance 1864-70

Brazilian Zouave, Paraguayan War or War of the Triple Alliance 1864-70

uniformes argentinos

Estimado Jorge Osvaldo: Más o menos se podía decir que las chaquetas de la infantería regular tenía cierta correspondencia: roja: británicos verde: rusos azul oscuro: ...

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