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Head Dress of the British Heavy Cavalry (Dragoons) 1842-1922: Dragoon Guards, Household, and Yeomanry Cavalry, 1842-1934

by D. J. Rowe

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Published by Schiffer Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Warfare & Defence,
  • Cavalry,
  • Military Uniforms,
  • History,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • History: World,
  • Military Science,
  • Military - Other,
  • Army,
  • Great Britain,
  • Great Britain.,
  • Helmets

  • Edition Notes

    Schiffer Military History

    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10931694M
    ISBN 100764309579
    ISBN 109780764309571

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    In , this dress, which was peculiar to the British troops, was exchanged for the head-dress and jacket of the German light cavalry. " (- General Foy) The Tarleton helmet came with white-over-red plume and turban of facing colour, changed to black for all regiments. Head dress of the British heavy cavalry: Dragoon Guards, Household and Yeomanry Cavalry Author: Rowe, David J J, Publisher: Publisher: Schiffer Publishing.


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Great color photographs, in detail, of dress helmets of British Army Heavy Cavalry Regiments, but more importantly for collectors, a wealth of detail on history, helmet construction, preservation tips, etc. It also covers those Yeomanry Regiments that wore metal helmets. For collectors of this type of headgear, an absolute must.5/5(4).

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During those years, the British heavy cavalry consisted of three regiments of guards, seven regiments of dragoons guards (1st to 7th), and five dragoons (1st to 6th less the 5th; disbanded for. Book Description Schiffer Military Books. Condition: BRAND NEW. BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover in Dust Jacket - pp - Here for the first time ever, is a book dedicated to the head-dress worn by the British Heavy Cavalry, both regular, and Price Range: £ - £ Book Type: C, O By David Rowe.

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The pattern Heavy Cavalry Sword was the sword used by the British heavy cavalry (Lifeguards, Royal Horse Guards, Dragoon Guards and Dragoons), and King's German Legion Dragoons, through most of the period of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.

It played an especially notable role, in the hands of British cavalrymen, at the battles of Salamanca and Designed: Heavy cavalry was a class of cavalry intended to deliver a charge on the battlefield and also to act as a tactical reserve; they are also often termed 'shock cavalry'. Although their equipment differed greatly depending on the region and historical period, heavy cavalry were generally mounted on large powerful horses, and were often equipped with some form of armour as well as either.

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The trousers are red with light blue iping (two broad and one narrow light blue stripes between for officers). The full dress head-dress is a light blue shako, with dark green plume in full dress, coloured ball in other orders.

The badge' on the shako is a brass bugle. The képi is red with light blue band and piping (silver braid for officers).A lighter curved blade met their requirements. All styles of cavalry sabres were meant to be held firmly in the hand and wielded with determined strength. In the British Board of General-Officers decided set patterns for heavy and light cavalry would be wise, although wide deviations in this first attempt at standardization resulted.