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Uniforms of the Mexican Adventure: Republican Army

Mexican Adventure: Uniforms: Republican Army


Mexicans at the Battle of Cameron, April 30, 1863

Irregular Cavalry
Colonel Milan

Jalapa Battalion
Vera Cruz Battalion
Cordova Battalion

Sergeant, Jalapa Battalion
Dragoon


3. Private, Supremos Poderes Bn., 1867
1.State Militiaman, 1863-67
2. Infantryman, Private, 1866-67

1. Private, Field Artillery, 1856-69
2. Private, 6th Line Infantry Bn., 1856-69
3. Private, 3rd Bn., Mobile National Guard, 1862

Engineer Officer, 1863-67
2. Private, Line Infantry, 1856-69
3. Private, 2nd Morelos Bn., National Guard, 1863

2. Irregular Cavalryman, 1866-67
3. Trooper, Line Cavalry, 1866-67
1. Trooper, Rurales, 1862--63


Cavalry, 1863

Federal Infantry
Guardia Nacional 1863

Felipe Berriozabal
Felipe Berriozabal
Republican Brigade Commander at Puebla

Coronel José de la Cruz Porfirio Díaz Mori - 1861
Coronel José de la Cruz
Porfirio Díaz Mori - 1861

General José de la Cruz
Porfirio Díaz Mori - 1866


Maximilian's Firing Squad

Maximilian's Firing Squad


Irregular Cavalry

Irregular Cavalry

1. National Guard of the State of Michoacan, Morelia Battalion (1863)
2. National (1856 - 1860) Guard infantryman in regulation uniform of 1853 amended in 1856.
3. National Guard undress.

1856 regulations specified the use of a white canvas uniform. This uniform was the most common in the Republican army.

4. Trooper, Rurales.
5. Irregular Cavalryman.
6. Trooper, Regular Cavalry
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1. Plateados.
2. Republican guerrilla.
3. Republican guerrilla wearing sarape.

4. Infantryman, State Militia (1863 - 1867)
5. Republican soldier. (1866 - 1867)
6. Infantry, Battalion of Supremos Podores.


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Occasionally Updated by Tim Peterson