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The Crimean War: A Story of Bravery By James Anderson & John Munton
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This is the true life story of John Munton who was a British Royal Artillery soldier, from Norfolk, who fought in the Crimean War. This book is dedicated to all of the soldiers who fought in the... More > Crimean War and who gave their lives to help others in those dreadful unforseeable times. This life story was orginally written by John Munton and was then transformed into a book so that people could have a true understanding of what happened in the war.< Less
The Crimean War: A Story of Bravery By James Anderson & John Munton
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This is the true life story of John Munton who was a British Royal Artillery soldier, from Norfolk, who fought in the Crimean War. This book is dedicated to all of the soldiers who fought in the... More > Crimean War and who gave their lives to help others in those dreadful unforseeable times. This life story was orginally written by John Munton and was then transformed into a book so that people could have a true understanding of what happened in the war.< Less
The Crimean War: A Story of Bravery By John Munton & James Anderson
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This is the true life story of John Munton who was a British Royal Artillery soldier, from Norfolk, who fought in the Crimean War. This book is dedicated to all of the soldiers who fought in the... More > Crimean War and who gave their lives to help others in those dreadful unforseeable times. This life story was orginally written by John Munton and was then transformed into a book so that people could have a true understanding of what happened in the war.< Less
The Crimean War: A Story of Bravery By John Munton & James Anderson
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This is the true life story of John Munton who was a British Royal Artillery soldier, from Norfolk, who fought in the Crimean War. This book is dedicated to all of the soldiers who fought in the... More > Crimean War and who gave their lives to help others in those dreadful unforseeable times. This life story was orginally written by John Munton and was then transformed into a book so that people could have a true understanding of what happened in the war.< Less
Forgotten Places of the Crimean War By Dr David R Jones
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Many locations where significant events took place during the Crimean War of 1854-56 have been forgotten or are only known today by a few people. 'Forgotten Places of the Crimean War' investigates... More > and identifies these important sites with the aid of old maps, contemporary images and personal anecdotes from those who were there. Locations rediscovered range from Lord Raglan’s Knoll behind enemy lines on the Alma battlefield to the site of the farmhouse that was British headquarters near Sevastopol and where he died on 28th June 1855. The book serves as a guide for those visiting the Crimea and wishing to locate the camp sites of infantry regiments, Mary Seacoles’s ‘British Hotel’, the cavalry camp, the hillock where ‘the thin red line’ halted the Russian cavalry, the Sandbag Battery on the battlefield of Inkerman, the’ Valley of the Shadow of Death’ and many more historical places. Illustrated profusely throughout, the work is a ‘must have’ for those interested in the Crimean War< Less
The Crimean War & The Retford Volunteers By Harry Foxley
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The Crimean War & The Retford Volunteers arose from my discovery that the men of Retford who volunteered for the war were never recorded by the town of their birth. A search taking several months... More > revealed 24 of the men; at least 4 of whom were killed and another 4 wounded.< Less
A Gallant Grenadier: A Tale of the Crimean War By F. S. (Frederick Sadleir) Brereton
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In the Footsteps of William Simpson Crimean War Artist By Dr David R Jones
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The Scottish artist William Simpson arrived in the Crimea in November 1854 and stayed until the fall of Sevastopol in the autumn of 1855. During this period, he sketched many scenes associated with... More > the on-going Crimean War, which were subsequently watercoloured and published in a volume entitled the 'Seat of the War in the East'. This present publication is a tribute to Simpson in that his original pictures are compared with digital images of the same subjects today. In many instances, the photographs published were taken from within a few yards of the where Simpson must have sat or stood to make his drawings. As a consequence, they show the changes to the landscape that have occured over more than 150 years. A summary of Simpson's life history has been included as well as explanations as to the significance of each of the scenes. The book is a 'must-have' for all those interesred in the Crimean War, the art of the Crimean War and the landscape of the battlefields of the Crimean War.< Less
In the Footsteps of Vladislav Klembovsky - Photographer of Crimean War Battlefields By Dr David R Jones
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In the early 1900s, Vladislav Klembovsky, then a colonel in the Russian army, took a series of photographs of the Crimean battlefields plus other locations, monuments and graves around Sevastopol. In... More > 1904, an album was published by the Museum of the Defence of Sevastopol containing one hundred and nineteen of these images. This work, which came together with maps showing where and in which direction the pictures were taken, was a remarkable achievement for its time and still stands as a valuable record of the landscape of the fields of conflict of the war of 1854-56 before significant changes occurred. This publication is a tribute to Klembovsky’s album in that it compares the subjects of eighty-one of his images with the same scenes taken in the summers of 2011 and 2012. Information is also given on the career of Klembovsky and the historical importance of the sites he chose to photograph. This book is intended as an aid and guide to those who may walk the Crimean battlefields in the future< Less
In the Footsteps of Roger Fenton, Crimean War Photographer By Dr David R Jones
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Roger Fenton is regarded as the most artistically accomplished of the early war photographers through his work in the Crimea from 8th March to 22nd June 1855 when he took many iconic photographs,... More > some of which are recognized today as masterpieces. Many were portraits of military personnel, but he also produced landscapes, which show the terrain at Balaklava, Inkerman, Sevastopol and the camps on the Chersonese Plateau. He also wrote letters back home, which compliment his photographs and allowed an insight into his feelings and day-to-day activities. Many of the locations around Sevastopol where Fenton took his landscape images were visited in August and September in 2011 and 2012, and the views again photographed to show the same scenes today. The results are interesting and document the changes that have occurred since the conflict. The publication is a tribute to a true pioneer.< Less

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