Parliamentary cavalry on patrol, English Civil War

Parliamentary cavalry on patrol, English Civil War

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British Soldiers in the American Revolution Part 1 - "The strains and practicalities of combat resulted in a plethora of changes. Generally the red coats themselves had their tails cut away and their lace and facings removed to make them lighter, whilst the brims of the cocked hats were let down to keep off the sun. Full packs were replaced by bedrolls, tight breeches and gaiters with looser “indian” trousers."

British Soldiers in the American Revolution Part 1 - "The strains and practicalities of combat resulted in a plethora of changes. Generally the red coats themselves had their tails cut away and their lace and facings removed to make them lighter, whilst the brims of the cocked hats were let down to keep off the sun. Full packs were replaced by bedrolls, tight breeches and gaiters with looser “indian” trousers."

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