US Cavalryman 1891-1920
US Cavalryman 1891 1920 (Warrior 89)
Author: Alexander Bielakowski Illustrator: Raffaele Ruggeri
Paperback; August 20 2004; 64 pages
Following the Battle of Wounded Knee in 1890, the US Cavalry were called into action again with the declaration of war against Spain in 1898. In the years that followed, cavalrymen saw action in a wide variety of theaters. This title takes a close look at the formation and experiences of the average cavalryman in this fascinating period of change and development, and also considers the cavalry officer corps. Numerous developments in dress, training, equipment, weaponry and tactics are all covered here.
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