British;Loyalist Troops, L to R; North Carolina Militiaman 1775, Private The King's Royal Regiment of New York 1777 & Private Loyal American Association 1775 from an early Osprey Men at Arms (originally published possibly in 1980)
64th Regiment Of Foot at Eutaw Springs 1777.This is not representative of the uniform of most British regiments at that time. By 1777 most regiments had stopped wearing breeches and gaiters and favoured overalls, also most regiments had cut the tails of their jackets down by this time. It was only newly arrived regiments who wore standard regulation uniform.
Two Loyalist Soldiers Fort Hand Art Print by Randy Steele
Two Loyalist Soldiers Fort Hand Print By Randy Steele
British Navy - Plates of British Uniforms during the American Revolutionary War, from John Mollo’s "Uniforms of the American Revolution"
The Hessian Jaeger Corps hired by the British to fight during the American War for Independence was among the finest light troops employed during the conflict. Armed with short rifles and dressed in green they were every bit the equals of the Patriots with their long rifles. Having both mounted and foot components they fought in nearly every campaign from 1776-1782 and were rarely bested on the field of battle.Don Troiani shows a Jaeger patrol about 1778
And All the King's Men
Virginia uniforms - Continental Line
1st US President George Washington
Did George Washington sign the declaration of independence?