By John Laffin
The fashionable wars of the center East started in 1947, whilst the Syrians, Egyptians, Jordanians and Lebanese have been unofficially at struggle with the Jewish settlers of Palestine. On may perhaps fifteenth, the day afer Israel used to be declared a sovreign nation, the Arab invasion started. among then and 1973 5 wars happened: these of 1948; the Sinai conflict; the Six-Day struggle; the 1968-1970 battle of Attrition and the 1973 October warfare. This booklet examines the association, education and gear of the most important Arab armies in the course of those conflicts and the variey of uniforms are illustrated through a few modern photos and whole color artwork.
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While almost everyone was dressed in civilian and peasant costumes, it recommended that all should wear the Cross of Santiago on the breast of their coats, in gold lace for a commandant, silver lace for his subaltern officers, red cloth for a captain (sergeant), and white for a corporal. The rest of the men were to have the red cross on the upper left sleeve. In 1811 the armed Interior Divisions of the Alarmas had 13,920 muskets, 12,940 carbines and 31,130 knives (PRO, WO 1/261). 1810-1812 The three artillery companies at Collure (Betanzos) even had a uniform, approved by the Junta, consisting of a brown round jacket and breeches, with yellow collar and cuffs, gold grenades at the collar, brass buttons, black knee gaiters, and a black round hat.
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