Bavarian Military uniforms in the 19th century.

Bavarian, uniforms, Uhlan, Police officer, Captain, Artillery officer, Logistics Officer Lieutenant, Cuirassier, Garde du Corps, Hussar, Chevauleger
Bavarian Military uniforms in the 19th century.

On the history of costumes. Seventy-fifth sheet. XIXth century. Bavarian military. Münchener Bilderbogen No. 1004. Illustration by L. Braun.

Bavarian military uniforms at the time of the Napoleonic Wars (Coalition Wars).

Top row left: Police officer, Captain (1812-1815). Artillery officer, Lieutenant (1811-1825). Transport, Logistics Officer, Lieutenant (1815-1825). Right: Infantryman Infantry Regiment (1814-1825), Grenadier Guards Regiment (1812-1815), Light Cavalry, Chevauleger (1805-1812).

Bottom row left: Ulan (1814-1822). National Light Cavalry Chevauleger (1813-1815). Hussar 2nd Regiment (1815-1822 resolved). Right: Uhlan officer (1812). Garde du Corps officer (1814-1823) Cuirassier, Garde du Corps (1815-1835). Trumpeter Garde du Corps in dress uniform.

Source: Münchener Bilderbogen 1848 to 1898. On the history of costumes. Published by Braun & Schneider. Royal court and university printing office of Dr. C. Wolf & Sohn in Munich.

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