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CWRS Special Publication 21 By Crimean War Research Society
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Transcriptions of the reviews in The Times between 1863 and 1875 of Alexander William Kinglake's "Invasion of the Crimea". Plus correspondence generated. This collection is essential... More > reading for the understanding of the war up to and including the battle of Inkerman. [A4 160pp 'perfect bound']< Less
CWRS Special Publication 10 By Crimean War Research Society
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A list of the casualties during the Charge of the Light Brigade at the battle of Balaklava in the Crimea, 25 October, 1854. Compiled by Andrew Sewell. [A4, 10 pp of information on single sides.... More > saddle-stitch binding]< Less
CWRS Special Publication No.42 By Crimean War Research Society
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An illustrated guide to the battlefield of Balaklava, using David Jones' excellent recent photographs of the ground as it is today. This is combined with his diligent work in identifying all the... More > features and is, as closely as possible, laid out chronologically for the events of the battle. This SP is more expensive than normal because it was decided to publish it in full colour to best appreciate the colour photographs. The work is primarily intended as a guide for those actually walking the ground, but will surely become an essential addition to the shelves of all Balaklava buffs.< Less
CWRS Special Publication No.41 By Crimean War Research Society
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The Charge of the Heavy Brigade at the Battle of Balaklava on 25 Oct 1854 was the most successful cavalry action of the Crimean war, though not the most famous. That honour rests with the Light... More > Brigade of course. The exact location of the engagement between the British Heavies and the Russian cavalry is not precisely known. Maps depicting the charge usually show the clash somewhere south of the crest of the Causeway Heights that divide the Plain of Balaklava into North and South Valleys, and anywhere between Nos 4 & 6 of the Causeway Heights redoubts. Here in SP41 Dr. David R. Jones gives brief details of the events of the day until just after the Heavy Brigade action. He then pinpoints the probable location for the charge for the benefit of today’s battlefield visitor through the use of excellent modern colour photos. This is the 'prequel' to Dr. Jones's SP42 which covers later events at Balaklava, including the Charge of the Light Brigade, in the same ‘battlefield guide’ style.< Less
CWRS Special Publication 12 By Crimean War Research Society
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Foreign Decorations awarded to Officers of the British Army engaged in the Crimean War 1854-1856. [A4, 128pp, 'perfect' bound.]
CWRS Special Publication 32 By Crimean War Research Society
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The Balaklava Anniversary Festival at the Alexandra Palace, 25th October 1875. Reports originally in the Daily Telegraph. Reminiscences of Chargers. Transcribed by Dr Douglas J Austin. [A4, 44pp,... More > saddle-stitch.]< Less
CWRS Special Publication 39 By Crimean War Research Society
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236–page softback edition Special Publication in A4 format. This is the consolidated 1st Edition and Supplement. It is the first part of a major work by Tony Margrave of enormous value to... More > historians, researchers and students of the Crimean War. Preface by Major Colin Robins OBE FHistS. [A4, 236pp, perfect bound]< Less
CWRS Special Publication 39HB By Crimean War Research Society
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Special HARDBACK edition of SP39. This is the consolidated 1st Edition and Supplement. It is the first part of a major work of enormous value; to historians, researchers and students of the Crimean... More > War. By Tony Margrave. Preface by Major Colin Robins OBE FHistS. [8.25" x 10.75", 256pp, casebound]< Less
CWRS Special Publication 34 By Crimean War Research Society
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A detailed comparison of all the available sources for Russian losses at the Battle of the Alma by Professor Shishov. Plus an analysis and discussion of the results. [A4, 26pp, saddle-stitch]
CWRS Special Publication 17 By Crimean War Research Society
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The Defence of Sebastopol: Review of General E. de Todleben's Book in The Times Newspaper, 1864. Transcribed by David Kelsey. (A4, saddlestitch, 66 pages)