Tales From GHQ: French Revolutionary Wars

Tales From GHQ: French Revolutionary Wars

De Lancey's Brigade, 1776 - 1783. A Loyalist unit of 3 battalions raised by Oliver de Lancey from the New York State counties of New York, Winchester,Kings and Queens. Battalions distinguished by button placement. !st evenly spaced, 2nd in pairs, 3rd in groups of three. By Lt.Charles M. Lefferts.

This painting is of a group of soldiers raised in New York to defend it from rebels. They were loyalists to the king and represent the sentiment within the city. They did not want the freedom that the founding fathers believed in.

Soldier and Officer of the 27th Regiment of Foot in the British Army  (:Tap The LINK NOW:) We provide the best essential unique equipment and gear for active duty American patriotic military branches, well strategic selected.We love tactical American gear

British Soldiers in the Revolutionary War

Fast facts about the British Redcoats who fought during the American Revolutionary War. Fast facts about the Redcoats for kids. Facts, history and information about the Redcoats and Redcoat uniforms.

Revolutionary War: A Fusilier of the Hesse Cassel Regiment Erb Prinz, New York , 1776.

AWI- Hessian: Revolutionary War: A Fusilier of the Hesse Cassel Regiment Erb Prinz, New York ,

The Hessian Jaeger Corps hired by the British to fight during the American War for Independence was among the finest light troops employed during the conflict. Armed with short rifles and dressed in green they were every bit the equals of the Patriots with their long rifles. Having both mounted and foot components they fought in nearly every campaign from 1776-1782 and were rarely bested on the field of battle.Don Troiani shows a Jaeger patrol about 1778

Hesse-Cassel Corps of Field Jaegers, 1776 - The Hessian Jaeger Corps hired by the British to fight during the American War for Independence was among the finest light troops employed during the conflict.

Royal Welsh Fuzileers 1775

Royal Welsh Fusiliers, The Regiment of Foot, also known as the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. This Regiment fought us from Lexington until the evacuation of New York City in American Revolutionary War

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American Revolution: Here is an older study of a Loyalist officer of the King's American Regiment . In many of the Loyalist units the officers were as well appointed than their counterparts in the British Army.

16th (Queens) Light Dragoons 1777-1778

(Queen's) Light Dragoons ,mounted and dismounted by Don Troiani. Jim Kochan's research showed dark blue jackets were worn during the Brandywine campaign in addition to issues of rifles to both foot and mounted men.

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