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By Philip Katcher

Philip Katcher offers an summary to the clash that engulfed Vietnam following the department of the rustic into alongside the seventeenth Parallel in 1954. The uniforms and insignia of the united states forces, together with the military, specific Forces, air strength, military and marine corps, are handled intimately, including these of the ARVN, the Allied Forces (such because the Royal Thai military and Korean troops), and likewise the Communist NLF (Viet Cong) and NVA forces. Mike Chappell's vibrant paintings offers lots of aspect to accompany this authoritative text.

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From 1813 Mina exchanged the role of guerrilla leader for that of a leading general in the regular forces, and his troops became a regular division of the army. From 1809 to 1814 he lost some 5,000 men, but reckoned that he had cost the enemy about 26,000 killed and wounded and 14,000 prisoners. Don Julian Sanchez, born in Salamanca, became a guerrilla leader in Old Castille. He 'first began his career as a pig-boy, but owing to some cruelties exercised on a branch of his family by the French, he took an inveterate hatred to them' and sought revenge.

Watercolour by Antonio Pareira Pacheco. (Biblioteca Publica Municipal, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands) RIGHT Officer of the Bombarderos de Cadiz, 1810, also known as the Bombarderos de San Fernando. This onecompany unit was raised in February 1810; the title of Bombardiers would Indicate that it specialized in serving mortars. The service dross was a brown coatee and trousers with buff collar, cuffs and lapels, scarlet piping to facings and edges, gold epaulettes and buttons, and a black shako with gold lace and plate and a green-over-yellow pompon.

Watercolour by Antonio Pareira Pacheco. (Biblioteca Publica Municipal, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands) THE NAVY 40 Perla, brown cloth was often used, no doubt because of supply problems. In 1810 the naval stores at Sevilla report over 2,000 brown sailors' jackets and trousers. In 1812 the standard sailor's dress was a brown jacket, brown trousers, serge waistcoat, striped linen shirt, blue cap and a pair of shoes. There was also a white linen jacket and trousers for hot climates (MN, Mss 1376 & 2311).

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