- Author:Ron Field
- Publisher:Osprey Publishing (April 25, 2006)
- Pages:48 pages
- FB2 format1911 kb
- ePUB format1857 kb
- DJVU format1676 kb
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The Confederate Army 1861-65 (6) Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland.
The Confederate Army 1861-65 (6) Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland. Texas Wit & Wisdom. The Louisiana Purchase. TURNING POINTS IN . . Report "The Confederate Army 1861-65 (3): Louisiana & Texas".
Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Ron Field is Head of History at the Cotswold School in. He was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in 1982 and taught history at Piedmont High School in California from 1982 to 1983.
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The Confederate Army 1861-65 (3) : Louisiana and Texas. This is a most worthy men-at-arms series; like the book's description says, it shows the much more colorful side to the uniforms of the Confederate Army. Book in the Osprey Men at Arms Series). One man depicted in the color plates for Volume One that I found particularly interesting was a soldier in the Union Light Infantry, a SC unit based on the British Black Watch (42nd Royal Highlanders). The plates are pretty much the highlight of this series, and show realistic looking soldiers surrounded by beautiful women and scenery, and baring all their various weapons.
The Confederate Army 1861 65 Vol 4 Virginia Arkansas Men at Arms.
Ron Field, Richard Hook. The states of the Confederacy in 1861 fielded many units of volunteer troops wearing a remarkably wide variety of uniforms, often reflecting foreign influences. In a spirit of independence, many states also issued their own uniform regulations on the outbreak of the War Between the States, and these non-standard uniforms were often retained until well into the course of the war. The cosmopolitan history of these Gulf states led to a wide range of influences from France, Italy, Germany and Mexico on their uniforms.
The common image of the Confederate Army during the Civil War (1861-1865) is dominated by a limited number of early photographs of officers and men wearing the gray and butternut associated with the CS regulations and quartermaster issues. This sequence of books examines a much wider field: the original uniforms of the state militia and volunteer companies brought together to form the Confederate field armies, and the continuing efforts to clothe troops as wear-and-tear gradually reduced the originally wide range of uniforms
Men-at-Arms 430. Author: Ron Field .
Men-at-Arms 430. Illustrator: Richard Hook. The common image of the Confederate Army during the Civil War is dominated by a limited number of early photogaphs of troops wearing the gray and butternut of the CS regulations and quartermaster issues. By contrast, this book examines the uniforms of the Louisiana and Texas militia and volunteer companies originally brought together in the Confederate field armies; and the continuing efforts to clothe them as wear-and-tear gradually reduced this wide range ofuniforms. A mass of information from contemporary documents is illustraed with rare photographs and meticulous color reconstructions.
Ron Field'sThe Confederate Army 1861-65: Tennessee & North Carolinais for any collection strong in Civil War .
Ron Field'sThe Confederate Army 1861-65: Tennessee & North Carolinais for any collection strong in Civil War history in general and Confederate history in particular.