The Cossacks (Men-at-Arms, Volume 13) by Albert Seaton

By Albert Seaton

The time period "Cossack" used to be initially utilized to the Tartar raiders who roamed the Southern undeniable, the observe coming from the Turko-Tartar, which means first and foremost "free adventurer." within the fifteenth century while it all started to consult a humans individual through their very own tongue and customs who shaped separate groups. those robust, unfastened Cossack groups have been noticeable as a hazard to the Tsar till in 1671 they have been obliged to swear fealty. From that date onwards Cossacks served in all of Russia's wars, so much famously while 50,000 Don Cossacks fought opposed to Napoleon of which just about part died in conflict or on crusade. The Cossacks ultimately built their very own army constitution with rank titles, uniforms and kit all of that are distinct in during this volume.

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Drawing by Rebecca Katcher, after J. Hefter) Taylor's army consisted of the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 8th Infantry Regiments; 2nd Dragoons; Ringgold's and Duncan's light batteries and an artillery battalion acting as infantry. Arista's army consisted of the 2nd Light Regiment; 1st, 4th, 6th and 10th Line Regiments; Tampico Coast Guard Battalion; 7th and 8th Cavalry; Mexico City Line Cavalry Regiment, and The Sapper Battalion. Taylor then moved south and on 22 September, in fierce street fighting, captured Monterey.

They had dark blue coats with deep red facings. The initial 'L', for ligero (light) was embroidered on the right collar, and 'P' for permanente (permanent) on the left. Their shakos were smaller than other infantry ones, and had a green pompon and brass bugle on their fronts. Crossbelts were black and had no crossbelt plate. In the field they wore grey short jackets, trimmed red and plain grey trousers. Although there seems to have been no regimental distinction between the first three light regiments, the 4th Light Infantry received a unique uniform.

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