British Foreign Policy 1815-65
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Taken from Voice from the Ranks: a personal narrative of the Crimean Campaign ( Nottingham: 1895). This document has been copied from its primary location on The Victorian Web.
To the Crimea
The Heights of Alma
The Valley of Death
Trench work before Sevastopol
Sevastopol: the first assault
Sevastopol: the final bombardment
After the seige
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