Cultures vary all over the world, and included in this are noticeable differences in the uniforms that are worn by authoritative personnel. Countries will nearly always have motives behind the way that their police and military uniforms are designed, with some often patriotic reasons, such as police uniforms in Belfast being a deep green to match the colour of the Irish symbol of the shamrock. Our latest infographic tells you all about how these uniforms differ between countries, how long these military uniforms have been established, and how many police officers there are in each of those cities. For example, did you know that there are a whopping 43,000 police officers in Tokyo compared to Reykjavik which only has 700 officers? Take a look at the infographic below to find out more about how authoritative uniforms differ around the world and why.
How do Authoritative Uniforms differ around the world
Friday, 20 May 2016 09:58:01 Europe/London
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