I would like to thank Barend Janssen, who drew up some lovely uniform schemes and put in an enormous number of hours of research, for all the work he did in preparing this section.
This includes pretty much every unit that fought in the RCW that was either Cossack or fought as part of a Cossack army.
Each section includes their uniforms, information on flags we know they flew, and notes on the history of the Hosts.
A page on the peculiarities of the Russian shoulderboards (pogony).
Notes on the types of flags flown by the Whites in the Civil War. And because they kept Imperial practice, a page on that system.
Books and Websites useful for uniforms (and flags and unit histories) of the anti-Bolshevik armies.
The Polish National Army Museum is a must-visit site for any fan of military history. I could have spent a whole day there, but sadly my family is not as obsessed about the Russian Civil War as I am.
These are photos I took, with notes, of Pygmy Wars relevant stuff. These are all picture heavy and quite large pages.
Photos I took, with notes, of stuff in the Krakow National Museum. Not a patch on the Warsaw Army Museum for military stuff, but nice in other regards.
Suggested historical units which give variety to your armies but slightly different from the usual Kornilovs in the West and the ubiquitous Mad Baron out East.