By Terence Wise
Within the early crusades males of all ranks from in all places Europe took the move and went to struggle Islam as volunteers. a few went out of non secular fervour, others to flee the plagues and famine which have been rife on the time, nonetheless others looking for land or a fortune in loot. battling along all of those have been the armies raised in Outremer, the Holy Land itself. jointly they waged a bloody non secular battle, the members of which integrated such forces because the Knights Templar, the Teutonic Knights, and the Byzantine Army.
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Also in 1863 a white cap cover was introduced for hot-weather wear on black caps. In 1877 senior lieutenants of eight years’ seniority were granted a half stripe to be worn between the two lieutenants’ stripes, although the rank of Lieutenant Commander was not established until 1914. The year 1880 saw the introduction of a new Ship’s Jacket, to be worn at sea during bad weather or during the hours of darkness. It was only in use for five years. Between 1885 and 1889 a blue cloth version of the tropical tunic was worn, and in 1889 the Monkey Jacket made its first appearance.
No. 7 Mess Undress was removed from the initial outfit requirements of all temporary Officers and Warrant Officers in January 1942. The Undress Coat was to be worn by these temporary wartime Officers as Mess Undress. Dress No. 8 White Full Dress No. 8 Dress was used for state occasions, when receiving the King, the Queen or other Crowned Heads unless specially ordered otherwise, receiving of heirs to the throne or other members of English or foreign royalty when masthead flags were hoisted, or at other ceremonies or entertainments when the senior Officer present considered it desirable to do special honour to the occasion.
10A’ Dress that consisted of a white open-neck cricket shirt with short sleeves and shoulder straps, white shorts, white shoes with white stockings, and blue garter tab for wear at sea and at Trincomalee, or with black shoes and blue stockings at Diyatalawa. Regulation No. 10 Dress was to be worn on Sunday mornings. In January 1937 the East Indies ‘10A’ Dress was adopted on the China Station. A month later it was officially proposed that the local ‘10A’ Dress used on the East Indies Station should be adopted as Officers’ tropical rig throughout the service, but without the blue garter tab, for wear at sea and when no duties requiring a more formal dress were being undertaken.
Armies of the Crusades (Men-at-Arms, Volume 75) by Terence Wise