"Provincials" - Plates of British Uniforms during the American Revolutionary War, from John Mollo’s "Uniforms of the American Revolution"

"Provincials" - Plates of British Uniforms during the American Revolutionary War, from John Mollo’s "Uniforms of the American Revolution"

Cornwallis's Army in American Revolutionary War

AWI British: British soldiers at the battle of Guilford Courthouse, 15 March 1781 Source article in Military Modeling

American Revolutionary War, American War, Independence War, American Independence, Military Art, Military Uniforms, British Army, Revolutionaries, Dioramas

British; Loyalist Troops L to R Officer British Legion 1781,Officer King's American Dragoons 1782 & Fifer New York Volunteers 1782  from an early Osprey Men at Arms (originally published possibly in 1980)

Loyalist Troops L to R Officer British Legion King's American Dragoons 1782 & Fifer New York Volunteers 1782 from an early Osprey Men at Arms (originally published possibly in

De Lancey's Brigade, 1776 - 1783. A Loyalist unit of 3 battalions raised by Oliver de Lancey from the New York State counties of New York, Winchester,Kings and Queens. Battalions distinguished by button placement. !st evenly spaced, 2nd in pairs, 3rd in groups of three. By Lt.Charles M. Lefferts.

This painting is of a group of soldiers raised in New York to defend it from rebels. They were loyalists to the king and represent the sentiment within the city. They did not want the freedom that the founding fathers believed in.

Chasseur of the French Touraine Regiment as he would have appeared at the siege of Yorktown, VA in 1781. By Don Troiani

Chasseur of the French Touraine Regiment as he would have appeared at the siege of Yorktown, VA in By Don Troiani

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