5-teiliges Paravent - Dress 1914 II Room Dividers cm 225x172 cm 225x172 " Dekoratives Paravent "Dress 1914 II [Room Dividers]" ist ein besonderes Schmuckstück für die modernen Inneraäume. 5-teilig, hergestellt aus Holz und beidseitig bedrucktes Paravent teilt nicht nur diskret den Raum sonder kreiert auch in dem Raum ein fabelhaftes Arrangement. Perfekte Herstellung sowie originelle Motive in der Full HD Druckqualitaät verursachen, dass die Zimmerparavents jedem Raum einen einmaligen Charme verleihen. Die dekorativen Paravents für die Wohnung, dass ist mit Sicherheit eine originelle Idee für die Dekoration des Innenraumes. Es lohnt sich ihre praktische Anwendung zu erwaähnen - die Zimmerparavents kann man z.B. zwecks der Kachierung des Waäschetrockners nutzen. Das Paravent ist eine sehr originelle Dekoration von Raäumen, die man nutzen kann, sowohl in der Wohnung wie auch in einem Atelier z.B. im Friseursalon, Arztpraxis oder im Buchhaltungsbüro. Dekoratives Paravent bewaährt sich
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! British Army uniform and equipment in World War I according to the British official historian Brigadier James Edward Edmonds recorded in 1925, that "The British Army of 1914, was the best trained best equipped and best organized British Army ever sent to war".They were the only army to wear any form of a camouflage uniform, the value of drab clothing was quickly recognised by the British Army, who introduced khaki drill for Indian and colonial warfare from the mid-19th century on. As part of a series of reforms following the Second Boer War, a darker khaki serge was adopted in 1902, for service dress in Britain itself. On the whole, the British military authorities showed more foresight then their French counterparts, who retained highly visible blue coats and red trousers for active service until several months into World War I. The soldier was issued with the 1908 pattern webbing for carrying personnel equipment and he was armed with the Short Magazine Lee Enfield rifle.
Hermann Philipp Detzner (16 October 1882 1 December 1970) was an officer in the German colonial security force in Kamerun and German New Guinea, as well as a surveyor, an engineer, an adventurer, and a writer. In early 1914, the German government sent Detzner to explore and chart the interior of Kaiser- Wilhelmsland, the imperial protectorate on the island of New Guinea. When World War I broke out in Europe, he was well into the interior, without radio contact. He refused to surrender to Australian troops when they occupied German New Guinea, concealing himself in the jungle with a band of approximately 20 soldiers. For four years, Detzner and his troops provocatively marched through the bush, singing "Watch on the Rhine" and flying the German Imperial flag. He led at least one expedition from the Huon Peninsula to the north coast, and a second by a mountain route, to attempt an escape to the neutral Dutch colony. He explored areas of the Guinean interior formerly unseen by Europeans and surrendered in full dress uniform, flying the Imperial flag, to Australian forces in January 1919.
Sartorial Representations in Literature
Here for the first time ever, is a book dedicated to the head-dress worn by the British Heavy Cavalry, both regular, and volunteer of the period 1842 to the present day. It is lavishly illustrated with both colour and black and white photographs of helmets, most of which have never previously been published, together with contemporary black and white photographs of officers in full dress uniform. Each pattern of helmet is fully described, including the type of materials and metal used, the number of component parts, and method of construction for both the officers, and the other ranks pattern of helmet. The head-dress includes the three Household Cavalry regiments from the c. 1842, the seven regiments of Dragoon Guards, and three of Dragoons from 1847, and some twenty-seven regiments of yeomanry from c. 1848 to 1914. Additionally there is a brief description of the pattern of helmet worn by many of these regiments prior to 1842/47, a 'thumbnail' description of the full dress uniform worn, together with the address of the Regimental Headquarters of each yeomanry regiment as at 1914. This book is an essential source of reference for both the established, and new collectors of heavy cavalry head-dress of both the regular cavalry and the yeomanry regiments, and to the student of cavalry full dress uniforms of the period c. 1850 to 1914.