British Foreign Policy 1815-65
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by William Simpson.
From Simpson's The Seat of War in the East, second series.
John Sloan has kindly shared images from his Xenophongi web site with the Victorian Web. Copyright, of course, remains with him. This document has been copied from its primary location on The Victorian Web.
The view is from the Fedokine hills across the Causeway toward Balaklava harbour.
For accounts of the Charge of the Light Brigade, see
The Charge of the Light Brigade (Christopher Hibbert)
Lord George Paget's account
The Charge of the Light Brigade (Stephen Luscombe's account)
A contemporary poem
Lord Tennyson's poem
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