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Company of Military Historians – Military Uniforms in ...

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Civil War Uniforms and Accoutrements - Essential Civil War ...

The publications appeal to military collectors, relic hunters and Civil War historians. The Company of Military Historian publications start in 1949 and features a "Military Uniforms in America," four color plate series with each issue and a separate plate series for subscribers that includes illustrated and documented articles.

Uniform Packages | United States Marine Corps Historical ...

Jan 23, 2020 - NOTE: The following services are only available to Marine Corps Commands, Bases, museums, and agencies associated with the Marine Corps. Material History (Reproduction Marine Corps Uniforms) Educational Packages and Support As stated, the USMC Historical Company is a not-for-profit educational corporation established to support the …

Military | National Museum of American History

Military. The Museum's superb military collections document the history of the men and women of the armed forces of the United States. The collections include ordnance, firearms, and swords; uniforms and insignia; national and military flags and banners; and many other objects. The strength of the collections lies in their enormous depth.

Uniforms of the United States Army - Wikipedia

History. The design of early army uniforms was influenced by both British and French traditions. One of the first Army-wide regulations, adopted in 1789, prescribed blue coats with colored facings to identify a unit's region of origin: New England units wore white facings, southern units wore blue facings, and units from Mid-Atlantic states wore red facings.

A Brief History of U.S. Military Camouflage Uniforms

John Stryker Meyer wears the well-known "tiger stripe" MACV-SOG camo uniform. Photo courtesy of John Stryker Meyer.. When the U.S. military fought in the Persian Gulf during the Gulf War in the early 1990s, troops wore a six-colored "chocolate chip" pattern that is often associated with General Norman Schwarzkopf, the commander of U.S. Central …

THE COMPANY OF MILITARY HISTORIANS

MILITARY UNIFORMS IN AMERICA now numbers over 800 titles, and comprises the most extensive documentation ever undertaken of this subject. Representing the work of different member artists, these brilliantly colored prints illustrate military units from North and South America, and the units of any country that saw service in the Western Hemisphere.

Prints and Posters - U.S. Army Center of Military History

The American Soldier, 1781. The troops in this painting wear the uniforms prescribed in the regulations of 1779 and supplied at the time of the Yorktown campaign -- blue coats with distinctive facings for the infantry regiments from four groups of states: New England; New York and New Jersey; Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and ia; and the Carolinas and …

The Company of Military Historians – Exploring the ...

The Company of Military Historians was founded in 1949 as an educational, scientific, and literary institution devoted to the study and dissemination of: "information on the uniforms, equipment, history, and traditions of members of the Armed Forces of the United States worldwide and other nations serving in the Western Hemisphere." Chapters

CMH Uniform Collection - Military Historians

CMH Uniform Collection. The Company has a collection of approximately 300 nineteenth century uniform items purchased by Mrs. Anne S. K. Brown in the early 1950s. The purchases were from two major private collections and the materials have the importance of having a known provenance for over a half century.

Company of Military Historians-Military Uniforms in ...

Company of Military Historians – Military Uniforms in America Portal (Updated 3 January 2013) February 5, 2012. In addtion to the articles written by members in the Company journal Military Collector and Historian, members who are artists re-create and explain the uniforms of the various armed forces that have served in the Americas. Each ...

Welcome to the Society for Military History

Established in 1933 as the American Military History Foundation, renamed in 1939 the American Military Institute, and renamed again in 1990 the Society for Military History, the Society is devoted to stimulating and advancing the study of military history. Its membership (today more than 2700) has included many of the world's most prominent ...

Uniforms of the Revolution | Encyclopedia.com

Uniforms of the RevolutionUNIFORMS OF THE REVOLUTION. Military apparel of standard material, cut, color, and appearance came into widespread use only about a century before the American Revolution. Several trends influenced the adoption of uniforms. Because regimental commanders in European armies were required to furnish their men with clothing, and clothing …

Military Books

Emphasis on firearms, edge weapons, arms and armour, Uniforms, World War I American forces. Books from the collection of Ted Gewirz: Sometime president of the Company of Military Historians and long time dealer in antique arms. As a Static Page: List 89 Arranged by topic. As a Dynamic page LIST 89 Alphabetical by author default.

C&D Jarnagin Catalog in "Frames" mode

Through memberships in the Company of Military Historians, the Costume Society of America an other organizations the Jarnagin family call upon colleagues, historians, museum curators, and others for their valued expertise whenever necessary. On occasion colleagues will have original items that they will share with us to research and reproduce.

A Brief History of the Quartermaster Corps

The Quartermaster Corps designed and purchased uniforms for climates ranging from arctic to tropical. Because the Air Corps was still a part of the Army, the Quartermaster Corps also provided air crews with specialized uniforms and equipment. Until Lessons learned from the Spanish American War improved the Quartermaster performance in World War I

Military Uniform in America. Plates # 74 to 464. 303 Color ...

Military Uniform in America. Plates # 74 to 464. 303 Color Plates [Company of Military Collectors & Historians., Various artists including McBarron, Woodbridge, Steffen, Knotel, Leliepvre, Manders, Copeland, McAfee etc.] on . *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Military Uniform in America. Plates # 74 to 464. 303 Color Plates

Bonhams : Military Uniforms in America, The …

Military Uniforms in America, The Company of Military Historians, Plates 1-170 Comprising Vol. 1 No. 1, 1949, through Vol. 2 No. 2, with their original heavy paper folders all contained in a cardboard slipcover with buckram spine.