Royal Netherlands Marine Corps - KNKM - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Royal Netherlands Marine Corps - KNKM - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Imported swords from Åmosen and Stensgård. Many objects found in Denmark testify to long-distance trade networks. The swords from Stensgård and Torupgårde were made in Hungary or Romania.

Imported swords from Åmosen and Stensgård. Many objects found in Denmark testify to long-distance trade networks. The swords from Stensgård and Torupgårde were made in Hungary or Romania.

davidpowellart: Leo armor: Based on Roman and Greek styles of armor, this piece is made from 16 oz molded leather, with gold leaf details an...

davidpowellart: Leo armor: Based on Roman and Greek styles of armor, this piece is made from 16 oz molded leather, with gold leaf details an...

My weapon of choice! It's a Greek hoplite sword.

My weapon of choice! It's a Greek hoplite sword.

Ancient Greek Army Weapons | Greek sword fighting guide | use of greek swords

Ancient Greek Army Weapons | Greek sword fighting guide | use of greek swords

The Offical Napoleon Total War Historic Uniforms Thread - Total War Center Forums

The Offical Napoleon Total War Historic Uniforms Thread - Total War Center Forums

The Russian Army of the Napoleonic Wars - Infantry 1799–1814

The Russian Army of the Napoleonic Wars - Infantry 1799–1814

Best Uniform - Page 184 - Armchair General and HistoryNet >> The Best Forums in History

Best Uniform - Page 184 - Armchair General and HistoryNet >> The Best Forums in History

Soldier of the 58th Regiment of Foot, 1757-1762 - "The 58th Regiment of Foot was one of several British units sent to America in 1757 in preparation for the attack on Louisbourg. Although the siege did not begin until 1758, the regiment saw the capture of the fortress and was present at the capture of Quebec the following year. This soldier is shown in marching order, carrying his pack and haversack."

Soldier of the 58th Regiment of Foot, 1757-1762 - "The 58th Regiment of Foot was one of several British units sent to America in 1757 in preparation for the attack on Louisbourg. Although the siege did not begin until 1758, the regiment saw the capture of the fortress and was present at the capture of Quebec the following year. This soldier is shown in marching order, carrying his pack and haversack."

Vintage military uniforms book plate history military uniforms boy bedroom decor via Etsy

Vintage military uniforms book plate history military uniforms boy bedroom decor via Etsy

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