Scottish Soldier - Crimean war    Colour Sergeant "Willie" McGregor of the Scots Fusilier Guards, photographed in 1856 after the Crimean War, wearing the post-war tunic but with his Crimean beard.

Scottish Soldier - Crimean war Colour Sergeant "Willie" McGregor of the Scots Fusilier Guards, photographed in 1856 after the Crimean War, wearing the post-war tunic but with his Crimean beard.

Sergeant John Geary, Thomas Onslow and Lance-Corporal Patrick Carthay - 95th Derbyshire Regiment of Foot

Portrait of Sergeant John Geary, Thomas Onslow and Lance Corporal Patrick Carttay, Regiment (Derbyshire) Regiment of Foot, wearing their packs and equipment. The Regiment won eight Victoria Cross awards in the Crimean War. © IWM (Q

Colorized photo of Captain Thomas Longworth Dames in 1855 during the Crimean War

Colorized photo of Captain Thomas Longworth Dames in 1855 during the Crimean War- one of the first to be extensively photographed. [1325x2000]

Colorized Crimean War-era photo of Captain Thomas Longworth Dames in the uniform of the Royal Horse Artillery.

The Crimean War(1854-1856) demonstratedRussia's failure to industrialize. Russians were defeated by the Ottomans, who had the help Britain and France.

Photo showing officers of the Regiment posed before a conical tent with a dog in the foreground, taken during the Crimean War.

Three men of I believe the Grenadier Guards. These are veterans of the Crimean War and was taken the same year the war ended; this being 1856. A series of photographs were commissioned which this was part of entitled “Heroes of the Crimean War” These were taken by Robert Howlett and Jopseph Cundall.This particular image was taken by Cundall. The man on the far left is a pioneer. These were the men of the line regiments which took out obstacles of the way of the men such as battle...

A photo commissioned by Queen Victoria in 1856 to record some of the men returning from the Crimea. Joseph Cundall and Robert Howlett - Heroes of the Crimean War, (The man in the middle is unknown).

Pipe Major John MacDonald, 72nd Regiment (Duke of Albany's Own Highlanders) - whilst serving in the Crimean War in 1854

Crimean War 1854 - 1856 Portrait of Pipe Major John Macdonald, 72 Highlanders, with bagpipes. Date 1854 - 1856

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