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WW2 British Army Officer's uniforms and British WW2 Officer's R. We have a range of accessories to finish of the correct look for your British Army officer impression including brown leather officer gloves, leather covered swagger sticks, Officer peak caps and complete leather Sam Brown belt equipment.
For the British Army SD dress uniform we have Officers insignia including Generals rank.
In the 17th and 18th centuries, rank was generally denoted by the quantity of lace and through other decoration used on uniforms.
While a crossed sword and baton was already used by generals by 1800, until the Crimean War, the different grades of general were only distinguished by the grouping of the buttons on their coats - General: even spaced buttons; Lieutenant General: buttons in groups of three; Major General and Brigadier General: buttons in pairs.
Badges for field officers were first introduced in 1810, and for captains and subaltern officers in 1855.
These badges consisted of (and still consist of) crowns and stars, the latter being more likely to be called 'pips' today (although this term is technically incorrect).
Colonel: a crown and a star; Lieutenant Colonel: a Crown; Major: a star.
These rank insignia were worn on shoulder epaulets.
After crimean war, 1855 a new dress regulation was published for British army, In this regulation, British army introduced new and complete rank insignias for officers.
According to Dress regulation, rank insignias were as follows- After 1864, Another dress regulations was published, there was a change in the insignia of Brig Gen.
According to 1864 dress regulations, Brig Gen wore 1 inch oak leaves and acron designed laces on upper and lower collar and no pip and crown.