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(c. 1840s) U.S. Militia Officer wearing a M1841 Regulation Army Dress Uniform

(c. 1840s) U.S. Militia Officer wearing a M1841 Regulation Army Dress Uniform

The Mexican Adventure: Uniforms: Republican Army Engineer Officer, 1863-67 2. Private, Line Infantry, 1856-69 3. Private, 2nd Morelos Bn., National Guard, 1863

The Mexican Adventure: Uniforms: Republican Army Engineer Officer, 1863-67 2. Private, Line Infantry, 1856-69 3. Private, 2nd Morelos Bn., National Guard, 1863

The Mexican Adventure: Uniforms: Republican Army 1. Plateados. 2. Republican guerrilla. 3. Republican guerrilla wearing sarape

The Mexican Adventure: Uniforms: Republican Army 1. Plateados. 2. Republican guerrilla. 3. Republican guerrilla wearing sarape

The Mexican Adventure: Uniforms: Republican Army 2. Irregular Cavalryman, 1866-67 3. Trooper, Line Cavalry, 1866-67 1. Trooper, Rurales, 1862--63

The Mexican Adventure: Uniforms: Republican Army 2. Irregular Cavalryman, 1866-67 3. Trooper, Line Cavalry, 1866-67 1. Trooper, Rurales, 1862--63

History! by Zhukov - The Military History Emporium | HUERTA’S FEDERAL ARMY, 1913-14 Infantry private;...

History! by Zhukov - The Military History Emporium | HUERTA’S FEDERAL ARMY, 1913-14 Infantry private;...

Mexican adventure; Imperial Army, L to R Line Infantry, Private, 1863-65, Cavalry, Trooper 1863-65 & 1st Squadron Contra -Guerrillas, Trooper 1865-67

Mexican adventure; Imperial Army, L to R Line Infantry, Private, 1863-65, Cavalry, Trooper 1863-65 & 1st Squadron Contra -Guerrillas, Trooper 1865-67

ZAPATISTASStandard-bearer, “Death Legion” The “Death Legion” formed the hard core of Zapata’s Liberation Army of the South. Its standard bore an image of the Dark Virgin of Guadalupe - as seen on several Mexican flags - but with the Revolutionary addition of the skull and crossbones. Zapatistas almost invariably wore civilian clothes; this man’s only military item is his captured Mexican Army officer’s sword. His firearm is the ever-popular Winchester M1894 repeater, which due to their…

ZAPATISTASStandard-bearer, “Death Legion” The “Death Legion” formed the hard core of Zapata’s Liberation Army of the South. Its standard bore an image of the Dark Virgin of Guadalupe - as seen on several Mexican flags - but with the Revolutionary addition of the skull and crossbones. Zapatistas almost invariably wore civilian clothes; this man’s only military item is his captured Mexican Army officer’s sword. His firearm is the ever-popular Winchester M1894 repeater, which due to their…

Mexican Adventure; Imperial Army 1866-67. L to R Cazadores of Mexico, Officer , 2nd Line Infantry Battalion, Private & Cazadores of Mexico, Private

Mexican Adventure; Imperial Army 1866-67. L to R Cazadores of Mexico, Officer , 2nd Line Infantry Battalion, Private & Cazadores of Mexico, Private

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