By Terence Wise
This article by way of Terence clever explores the various attention-grabbing peoples who comprised the traditional armies of the center East: the Sumerians, who have been the 1st to introduce using bronze into struggle, and have been centuries sooner than the Egyptians within the use of the wheel – The Akkadians, whose citizen military was once composed virtually completely of sunshine troops – The Babylonians, whose humans have been granted land in go back for military provider – the horned warriors of the Elamites – the Egyptians, with thier heavy spearmen and archers – the tribal and warlike Libyans – Nubians and Ethiopians – Hyksos – the armies of the Hittite Empire – the ocean humans and others.
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Garrison-Regiment von Wissenbach Garrison regiments were dissimilar in that they generally wore coat collars in the facings color. By the same token their coats did not have lapels. All regiments serving in America had white-metal embellishments. Otherwise coat and other clothing patterns conformed to the Hessian norm. Though intended as fixed garrison or reserve units, these nevertheless joined the field army whenever necessary and in effect acted as traditional infantry regiments. Regiment von Wissenbach was assigned to the New York garrison from 1776 to 1778.
Drum hoops were most commonly painted with diagonal red and white stripes, through peculiar regimental patterns abound. Coat turnback closures always displayed a decorative button with lace strip in keeping with a regiment’s metallic preference. Infanterie-Regiment Wutginau In 1776 Regiment Wutginau came under the special patronage of Frederick II of Hesse-Kassel, hence the new title Landgraf. Regimental coats had red collar and cuffs with white lace buttonhole loops throughout. Small clothes were buff, metallics yellow metal.
Though the regiment wore deep yellow facings, its musicians wore rose or perhaps a faded red depending upon illustrations examined. Musicians’ lace reflected their nonconformist facing color in that it bore a rose central stripe. This unit appears to have followed the Prussian practice of having two widths of lace. Lace loops for all ranks were sewn in a figure eight configuration and applied to lapels and all other button positions. This atypical arrangement was also used by the Hesse-Hanau Erbprinz Infanterie-Regiment.