Changes in the uniform and armament of the troops of the Russian Imperial Army from the accession to the throne of the Emperor Alexander Nikolayevich: compiled according to the Highest Command: notebooks 1-111: (with drawings No. 1-661). - St. Petersburg: printed in the Military Printing Office, 1857-1881. - 47x35 cm. - Chronological code of the highest orders, circulars and orders of the Minister of War, resolutions from the Code of Military Regulations describing all changes in the forms of clothing and weapons. The publication was published in 1857-1881. separate notebooks every three to four months in a limited number of copies (not more than 500) for the internal needs of the military department. 111 notebooks were produced. To each of them were attached chrome-lithographed drawings of uniforms, weapons and all kinds of military supplies (661 figures in all), performed under the guidance of K. K. Piratsky, after 1871 - PI Balashov
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