The most commonly used were: Black, Green, Turquoise, Amber, Red, Blue, Red, Yellow, and Blue. Also popular during this period were: Gray, Orange, Tan, White, and Amber.” This is because some popular colors were the cheapest and the most popular were used the most often. Also the colors would have been less expensive after a sale because of the higher market of new, rather than old.
During the Civil War, one would not have been surprised to find an older color for each Army for every shade of Army. But in World War, we see a stark contrast of the standard Army colors. A few colors for the Union and the others for the Confederates.
A few interesting facts to consider about this period: During the War for the Union, every person was entitled to a uniform. Soldiers had no right to work in shops and were paid per shift they worked. On the other hand, while soldiers were paid each and every day, soldiers during the War for the Confederacy would be paid per day that they worked.
As a result, the United States government paid for every soldier in the Armed Forces who did not receive any uniforms and would have earned money doing a job that they had no right to do. The people who would be paid the money would be soldiers on the front lines who were unable to work themselves. For most soldiers the only jobs that were open were fighting or guarding. So, what the people who would be paid the money would be doing were fighting or guarding. So a soldier who did not have access to uniforms would be fighting or guarding. As they are not paid for their military work, many soldiers would not be able to afford clothes and they would have a huge cost to get them. Some may be able to get some in private purchase but the most common clothes would be bought from the government. Also, many people that would be receiving a uniform for the day would be getting food stamps. The money would have been taken to give out food to the soldiers.
During the Civil War, most people had a right to a uniform. What about the South? During World War I, people in the South had a different concept. After the first World War is when many people started complaining about a lack of uniforms and clothing. The United States’ clothing stores found all of the supplies of clothing and clothing accessories they needed were in the South. Some people bought a uniform and a hat and went to the train station to buy the rest. After two years
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