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AST-013 The colours and standarts of the Russian Imperial Army of the end of 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries book

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AST-013 The colours and standarts of the Russian Imperial Army of the end of 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries book

AST Publications The colours and standarts of the Russian Imperial Army of the end of 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries book. Pic.1
AST Publications The colours and standarts of the Russian Imperial Army of the end of 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries book. Pic.1

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Contents
Introduction
The elements and accessories of the colours and standarts
The changes in the colours' samples and standarts in the end of 18th and in 19th centuries
Colours
The colours' samples
The colours tha were distributed in 1883-1914
The colours of the units that were formed in 1914-1917
Standarts
The samples of the standarts
The standarts that were distributed in 1884-1914
The standarts of formations of 1914-1917
The Cossacks' colours and standarts
The losses and cases when the colours and standarts were saved
The coloured flags of the Navy
The flags of the Imperial House
The Staff flags
The linear (staked) insignias
The flags of the Cossaks' regiments
The non-service regulated insignia
Conclusion
The list of the literature used and the archive sources
46 pages, 8 photos, 8 ilustrations

Illustrations
1. The sub-ensign of the Guards crew with the colours. The George's jubilee colours of the special type that were rewarded in 1910. As the sizes of the colour was the standard of 1883/1900 but the division and colouration were the same as the previous crew colour (the pattern of 1813). At present time the colour stored in GIM (The State History Museum) (Moscow) and the ribbons are in The Naval Museum (St. Petersburg).
The coloured flag of the 1st Marine regiment. The coloured flag , the sample of 1837 was rewarded in 1915. In 1917 the flag was forwarded to the Colonel's Drosdovskiy detachment and later it was used by the 3rd rifle regiment of General Drosdovskiy as the regimental colours. In 1921 it was given to Belgrad church for storing. In 1945 it was taken to Moscow and lately passed to the State Hermitage. The coloured flags accrued the status of regalia only in 1912
The gallery flag of Life Guards Keksgolm regiment. It was rewarded in 1910. It was carry out into the line of the 3rd company of that regiment while had the boat crew as a part of it. Now it is stored in the State History Museum. The gallery flags accrued the status of regalia only in 1908.
The boat flag of the Page college. It was established in 1901. As the difference to the fixed scarlet colour, that was the crimson one.
The coloured flag of the Marine military school. The jubilee coloured flag of the special type that was rewarded in 1901. On the Christmas Eve of 1905 during the church service at Iordan of the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg it was damaged by case-shot of the cannon of Peter and Paul fortress. The gunners put the case-shot instead of the blank cartridges. After 1917 it was taken abroad where it is stored at present time.
The gallery flag of the Life Guards of the Preobrazhenskiy regiment. It was rewarded in 1875. It was carried out to the line of the 3rd company of the regiment that had the boad crew as the part of it.
The flag of the aeronautic formations. It was established in 1894.
The flag of the aviation units. It was established in 1914. The aviation crews had the same flag but with the black emblem showed the double head eagle with the propeller and shell in its clutches and with the code on the crew number under it.
2. The senior Cossack sergeant of its own Majesty escort with the Imperial Standart. The version of the land Imperial standart (without charters in the clutches and beak of an eagle). The officially fixed staff should be in a form of the tournament knight lance, but in reality it was the same as it's showed on a picture or the standart was fixed to the Cossacks lance.
The flag of the Grand prince Nikolay Nikolayevitch. The flag of the grand prince-governor or commnader-in chief that was established even in 1870.
The flag of the grand princes. The flag of the Army Staff. The flag of the 21st corps staff. The flag of the 12th infantry division staff. The flag of the 4th rifle division staff. The flag of the 2nd cavalry division staff. The flag of the 1st Don Cossacks' division staff. The flag of the 22nd infantry Nizhniy Novgorod regiment staff. The flag of the 8th dragoons Astrakhan regiment staff. The flag of the 1st Sunzhensk-Vladikovkassk Cossacks regiment' staff of the Tersk forces. The flag of the 3rd artillery brigade staff. The flag of the Grenadiers' field engineer battalion staff
3. The sub-cornet of the Turkmen cavalry division with the division colours (the present arms position in the foot line). The simple colours of the sample of 1884 that was rewarded in 1897. The colours was taken abroad after the revolution and was stored in the Belgrad church. And in 1945 it was forwarded to the USSR and laterly given to the Hermitage. The type of the colours for the non-Christian units included the National emblem instead of the icons.
The sub-ensign of the foot brigades of the National Territorial Army with the colours showed in the shoulder arms position. He is dressed in the old Guards uniform that were allowed to wear during the service in the frames of the Empire until the moment when he should be sent to the front line. The Territorial Army colours, the sample of 1855/1914.
The standart of the 1st frontier Zaamyrsk cavalry regiment. The George's standart, the sample of 1900, that was rewarded in 1907. - The first standart of the frontier units. In 1910 all the Zaamursk frontier infantry and cavalry regiments were presented by the simple standarts of such kind of the colourment.
The standart of the 13th Hussars' Narvskiy regiment. The jubilee standart, the sample of 1900, that was rewarded in 1905. In 1911 the German Impereor William II rewarded the regiment' colours by the ribbons as the memory about his patronage. The standart was taken abroad by the regiment' officers and it is stored there at the presetn time.
The Standart of the Krymsk cavalry regiment. The simple standart, the sample of 1884, that was rewarded in 1897. In 1917 it was delivered for alteration to TechCom. The future way of it unknown.