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The regular infantry also saw limited use of the Corsican hat from years 1803––36.

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If you do not know the name of the electorate (Division) or Sub-division but know the name of a city, town or locality then the accessible in the Newspapers and Family History zone will help to identify the location.

Alternatively you can use the Alphabetical List of Polling Places [by state] to identify locations.

These Alphabetical Lists are on open access in the Newspapers and Family History zone in a drawer of the electoral rolls microfiche cabinet.

NB: There is a gap between 19 for all State and Territories when the rolls were not published in print format and the Library received no microfiche copies.

After the war, however, many armies rejected the once-popular headwear (as the British Army did in 1905), although it came back into fashion briefly during World War II during the Burma campaign and amongst troops serving in India and Southeast Asia at this time.

The slouch hat in gray felt was worn by the Schutztruppe (protection force), the colonial armed force of Imperial Germany, as an alternative to the pith helmet, especially in South West Africa.Since 1990, the microfilmed electoral rolls list voters in a single alphabetical list according to surname and first names within each State or Territory.Prior to 1990, the rolls list voters in alphabetical order by surname and first names within each Sub-division of an electoral Division of each State or Territory.During the Spanish–American War, as commander of the Rough Riders, Colonel Theodore Roosevelt became known for wearing a slouch hat.This style of hat has been worn for many hundreds of years, especially during the English Civil War during the 17th century when it became associated with the forces of King Charles I, the Cavaliers, but it was also fashionable for the aristocracy throughout Europe during that time until it was superseded by the cocked hat which has been referred to as the tricorn or bicorn depending upon the number of points.The distinctive Australian slouch hat, sometimes called an "Australian bush hat" or "digger hat", has one side of the brim turned up or pinned to the side of the hat with a Rising Sun Badge in order to allow a rifle to be slung over the shoulder.

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