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14th King's Light Dragoons, Trooper 1832 by Richard Simkin. During the reign of William IV(reigned 1830-37) all cavalry regiments were dressed in red, even the hussars wore red pelisses. William's obsession with red being the identifying colour for British forces even extended to the Royal Navy  whose facings during his reign became red rather than the more usual white.

14th King's Light Dragoons, Trooper 1832 by Richard Simkin. During the reign of William IV(reigned 1830-37) all cavalry regiments were dressed in red, even the hussars wore red pelisses. William's obsession with red being the identifying colour for British forces even extended to the Royal Navy whose facings during his reign became red rather than the more usual white.

Fusilier of the Regiment Baden-Dourlacq (Piedmont, 1742).

Fusilier of the Regiment Baden-Dourlacq (Piedmont, 1742).

Hesse-Kassel Contingent of Lifeguard Grenadier, Berthold Fusilier and von Gerlach Musketeer, Seven Years War

Hesse-Kassel Contingent of Lifeguard Grenadier, Berthold Fusilier and von Gerlach Musketeer, Seven Years War

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