Costume in Victorian and Military History
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In this paper, the Napoleonic military uniform is examined as a major influence on the modern day U.S. Marine Corps "dress blue" uniform. The history of this influence can be traced back to the uniforms worn by Marine West Point Cadets through the inspiration of the popular Wars of Napoleon that sought to emulate the republican values of the United States. The writer maintains that in this tradition, it became paramount for the United States Marine Corps. to incorporate the colors and button style of this uniform, redefining the "costume" aspect of the Napoleonic variety that still has functionality in modern times.
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