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
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
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
The false reports of the cowardly conduct of the Turks on the morning of the 25th October 1854 led directly to their treatment by the allies as nothing more than slaves; hundres if not thousands died... More > of overwork and malnutrition as a result of theis treatment. It is an attempt to put the record straight, and to acknowledge the contribution of the soldiers of the Sublime Porte that this work has been written.
Michael Hargreave Mawson, 1996.
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The 400 British soldiers who received the French Médaille Militaire for service during the Crimean War. Introduction by Tony Margrave and reproduction of the original lists and citations. [A4,... More > 60pp, saddle-stitch]< Less
Well-known uniform expert and artist Clive Farmer's clear account of the organisation and uniforms of the Ottoman Army during the Crimean War. One of the most comprehensive works on the subject.... More > Includes 10+ of Clive's b&w illustrations. [A4, 37pp, saddle-stitch]< Less