By James Kochan
The conflict of 1812 used to be the real making of the average regiments and corps of the united states military. 3 years' combating opposed to Britain observed the White condo burned down, but additionally the bloody repulse of the redcoats, then the simplest infantry on this planet, on a couple of battlefields. The small constabulary strength which entered the struggle - ill-led, ill-supported, and with an doubtful method of provide - ended it as a certified military with a approach of command and prone equivalent to any. This meticulous heritage of the uniforms of the yankee regulars is illustrated with many formerly unseen work and pictures.
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