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"Huts & warm clothing for the army" by William Simpson

"Huts & warm clothing for the army" by William Simpson

British cavalry in the Crimea by Norie, L-R :15th Hussars, 10th Hussars, 13th light dragoons, Scots Greys, 17th Lancers, 2nd Dragoon Gds, 11th Hussars, and 6th Dragoon Gds Carabiniers. c.1854.

British cavalry in the Crimea by Norie, L-R :15th Hussars, 10th Hussars, 13th light dragoons, Scots Greys, 17th Lancers, 2nd Dragoon Gds, 11th Hussars, and 6th Dragoon Gds Carabiniers. c.1854.

Battle of Alma - Battle of Alma - Wikipedia

Battle of Alma - Battle of Alma - Wikipedia

"The Charge of the Light Brigade at Balaklava" by William Simpson

"The Charge of the Light Brigade at Balaklava" by William Simpson

"Winter in the Trenches" by William Simpson

"Winter in the Trenches" by William Simpson

"The Battle of Tractir Bridge" by William Simpson

"The Battle of Tractir Bridge" by William Simpson

"Balaclava Harbour" by William Simpson

"Balaclava Harbour" by William Simpson

Vedettes of 13th Light Dragoons, Crimea

Vedettes of 13th Light Dragoons, Crimea

The Chasseurs d'Afrique, led by General d'Allonville, clearing Russian artillery from the Fedyukhin Heights.

The Chasseurs d'Afrique, led by General d'Allonville, clearing Russian artillery from the Fedyukhin Heights.

FrenchBattleOfTheAlma - Battle of Alma - Wikipedia

FrenchBattleOfTheAlma - Battle of Alma - Wikipedia

The Charge of the Heavy Brigade: the Royal Scots Greys attack the Russian cavalry. the Grey's 2nd Squadron was led in the charge by Captain Samuel Toosey Williams. Captain Williams died in Scutari on 25th November 1854 of exhaustion and exposure suffered in the period around the battle and the Great Storm of 15th November 1854. A memorial to this officer can be seen in the tiny church of Buscot, Oxfordshire where his parents lived.

The Charge of the Heavy Brigade: the Royal Scots Greys attack the Russian cavalry. the Grey's 2nd Squadron was led in the charge by Captain Samuel Toosey Williams. Captain Williams died in Scutari on 25th November 1854 of exhaustion and exposure suffered in the period around the battle and the Great Storm of 15th November 1854. A memorial to this officer can be seen in the tiny church of Buscot, Oxfordshire where his parents lived.

The Light Division crossing the Alma River to storm the   Alma Heights: the Rifle Brigade skirmishing to the fore

The Light Division crossing the Alma River to storm the Alma Heights: the Rifle Brigade skirmishing to the fore

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The Battle of Balaklava; the Scots Greys supported by the Enniskillings are coming to the rescue...

The Battle of Balaklava; the Scots Greys supported by the Enniskillings are coming to the rescue...

Balaclava Harbour; supply base of the British Army; defended by Sir Colin Campbell with Lord Lucan's Cavalry Division encamped close by

Balaclava Harbour; supply base of the British Army; defended by Sir Colin Campbell with Lord Lucan's Cavalry Division encamped close by