Shakos, helmets, and greatcoats were hung upon the orange-trees.
People slipped in the mud over clothes, shakos, and weapons.
Combeferre followed, carrying the shoulder-belts and the shakos.
I see old regimental red coats and pantaloons; hats and shakos that must have been worn a hundred years ago.
A common deal table stood in the middle, littered with military cloaks, swords, and shakos.
I could even recognize the black covering of the shakos as the light fell on them.
They were uniformed exactly alike in black—shakos, fur-edged pelisses, boots, and so forth—with white skull emblems on the shakos.
Yet millions are squandered each year for uniforms, geegaws, shakos, etc!
To the right and left of the post stood rows of French troops in blue uniforms with red epaulets and high boots and shakos.
The officers sauntered up and down, and shakos were raised and caps doffed politely as each came near an enemy.