23rd Pioneers


Officer's Tunic, 1910


British officers tended not to wear Indian dress as they did in the cavalry. Where the Indian soldiers wore drab the British officers wore a drab rifle tunic like this, in this case with chocolate coloured facings.


Uniforms | Regimental History




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