As an alternative parade dress, camouflage uniforms can be worn with the dress items noted above. In reaction, the various militaries, beginning with the British Army , changed the colours, predominantly to such ones that blended in more with the terrain, such as khaki , grey or olive drab for the purposes of camouflage. The drab uniforms of remained in general use until the Second World War. From the Imperial Chinese Army adopted dark blue uniforms of Japanese style with coloured facings of red, white or yellow to distinguish the different branches. The New Model Army was clothed in the civilian costume of the date—ample coat, waistcoat, breeches, stockings and shoes in the case of cavalry, boots —but with the distinctive colour throughout the army of red and with regimental facings of various colours and breeches of grey. If the commander raised and equipped the troops out of his own pocket, the appearance of the soldiers was also designed to impress his superiors.
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