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A soldier called Major John Andre,” from the collection of the Huntington Library in San Mateo, CA. Analysis by British military historians has determined that this painting is NOT the Major John Andre of Revolutionary War fame.

Major John Andre’s mysterious white braid

A Soldier Called Major John Andre Painting by English School - A Soldier Called Major John Andre Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Lt Col Banastre Tarleton, British Legion. Successful during the Revolutionary War, in both the Northern and Southern Campaigns.It was in the Waxhaws that Tarleton came to symbolize British cruelty in the Revolutionary War. In the Waxhaws Tarleton was seen as a "butcher" when , it was said, America forces under Buford laid down their arms in an attempt to surrender yet the British continued their assault and his reputation grew."Tarleton's quarter", in effect, came to mean "no quarter''.

Portrait of British Lieutenant Edward Bascomb Trent (original portrait of Banastre Tarleton-scorge of American patriots in the south)

Robert Rogers (soldier) - American Colonial Frontiersman. Commanded the famous Rogers' Rangers and founded the U.S. Army Rangers.

Robert Rogers, American Colonial Frontiersman, commander the famous Rogers' Rangers and founder of the U.

18th Century A British Dragoon 1743 . - OSW: One Sixth Warrior Forum

A British Dragoon 1743 The Battle of Dettingen, June 1743 , is chiefly memorable as the last battle in which a British King was present in person

While it was more traditional for Naval officers to wear blue, Red is a more ubiquitous color in relation to England.

While it was more traditional for Naval officers to wear blue, Red is a more ubiquitous color in relation to England.

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