What is a zouave?

McAfee, Michael J.
March 2012
Military Images;Mar/Apr2012, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p30
Photographs of zouaves and what constitutes acceptable zouave uniforms are presented, including the 19th Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, the 72nd or the 95th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiments and the 10th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment.


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