1916 Romanian Infantry Colonel.
has white color cuff inserts added to simulate the wearing of a white shirt underneath the tunic. These white
cuffs are marked, oddly enough, "West Point". This probably indicates that they were of U.S. manufacture or origin.
This is a late 1800's to early 1900's German Army Kohler style uniform, belonging
to a Cavalry Lieutenant serving in the Kurassier Regiment Herzog Friedrich Eugen von Wurttemberg (West Prussian)
No. 5. This heavy cavalry regiment was attached to the 41st Kavallerie Brigade. This brigade was in turn attached to
the 41st Division as part of the 20th Armee-Korps. This style of uniform was a dress uniform by itself, or worn
with a heavy metal set of chest armor called a "Cuirass".
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