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Réserve de cavalerie. Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf.H mit Schürzen. The Nafziger Collection of Orders of Battle. Warships 1900-1950. Frog Of War - Historique/Ordre de Bataille. Seconde Guerre mondiale (URSS) (yougoslavie) (Ordre de bataille Britannique, Allemand, Américain) (roumanie) (roumanie) (italie) (finlande) (finalnde) (france) (allemagne) (allemagne) (allemagne) (axe) (différent ordre de bataille) (cartes) (profils de blindés) (profils de blindés, d'avions, et de navire) (profils de blindés) (profils de blindés) Première guerre mondial (britannique) (autriche hongrie) (Photos couleurs) La guerre civil US (ordre de bataille) (cartes) Aviation.

Feldgrau.com - The German Armed Forces 1919-1945. Introduction. Civil War Soldiers and Sailor System. The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS) is a database containing information about the men who served in the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War.

Civil War Soldiers and Sailor System

Other information on the site includes histories of Union and Confederate regiments, links to descriptions of significant battles, and selected lists of prisoner-of-war records and cemetery records, which will be amended over time. The CWSS is a cooperative effort between the National Park Service and several public and private partners whose goal is to increase Americans' understanding of this decisive era in American history by making information about it widely accessible.Learn more. The Civil War Archive Regimental Index - A Listing of all Regiments that Fought During the U.S. Civil War. Regimental Index Union Regimental Information Source - "A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion" by Frederick H.

Dyer (Part 3) Compiled by a Civil War Veteran from The Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies and a variety of other sources, Dyer's Compendium offers the most complete list of organizations mustered by the State and Federal Governments for service in the Union Army. However, discrepancies may exist due to a variety of factors, including the sheer volume of records researched and the accuracy of the records used. Confederate Regimental Information (Under Construction) Compiled from various sources Unfortunately, there is no single source for the histories of the organizations that fought for the Confederate States of America. Confederate Regimental Histories. Armies of the Ancient Near East. The Napoleon Series: Organization, Strategy & Tactics. Austria Acerbi, Enrico The Austrian Imperial-Royal Army (Kaiserliche-Königliche Heer) 1805 – 1809 A major study of the organization and units of the Austrian Army Eder, Joseph Austrian Landwehr in 1809: the Uniform Plates of Joseph Eder Contemporary images of Austrian Landwehr.

Embree, Mike Austrian Regular Infantry A re-publication of a classic work originally published by the Napoleonic Association. Millar, Stephen Austrian Infantry Regiments and Their Commanders 1792 - 1815 The Austrian infantry and their commanders. Mollo, Tranquillo and Joseph Georg Mansfield The Austrian Army in 1798: the Uniform Plates of Tranquillo Mollo and Joseph George Mansfield Contemporary prints of the Austrian Army in 1798. Nagy, Istvan Austrian Cavalry Regiments and Their Commanders: 1792-1815 The Austrian cavalry and its commanders. Neumann, Friedrich Austrian Freikorps and Landwehr of the Wars of Liberation: the Uniform Plates of Friedrich Neumann. United States Regiments and Batteries in the Eastern Theater of the Civil War.

The United States Army in the American Civil War was mostly made up of regiments of infantry and cavalry and batteries of artillery. With the exception of a small number of units from the United States Regular Army, most were organized, armed and equipped by the individual states and taken into national service. Of the nineteen free states, all but Kansas, California and Oregon sent one or more regiments to the Eastern Theater, although the majority of the men from Ohio to the west fought elsewhere.

Of the slave states that remained in the Union, Missouri and Kentucky sent no troops to the east. Maryland sent units to both sides. Delaware sent several thousand men to the Union army and was the only slave state that provided no organized units to the Confederacy. West Virginia was part of Virginia until the war. Select any state to the right to see information on its individual regiments and batteries.