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Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Crimea Revisited: monument at the Salient of the Redan, 1869. Creator: Unknown

The Crimea Revisited: monument at the Salient of the Redan, 1869. Creator: Unknown
The Crimea Revisited: monument at the Salient of the Redan, 1869. Engraving from a sketch '...by our Special Artist [of] the obelisk of white stone which was put in front of the salient angle of

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Crimea Revisited: Cathcart Hill, 1869. Creator: Unknown

The Crimea Revisited: Cathcart Hill, 1869. Creator: Unknown
The Crimea Revisited: Cathcart Hill, 1869. 'General Cathcart, who fell at Inkerman, gave his name to this spot...It is possible that this hill, with its commanding position

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Crimea Revisited: the Headquarters burial-ground, 1869. Creator: Unknown

The Crimea Revisited: the Headquarters burial-ground, 1869. Creator: Unknown
The Crimea Revisited: the Headquarters burial-ground, 1869. View of '...the graveyard adjoining the Russian country house where Lord Raglan died

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Lieut. General Sir Harry Jones, K.Circab. Printed 1856 (11-1). Creator: Roger Fenton

Lieut. General Sir Harry Jones, K.Circab. Printed 1856 (11-1). Creator: Roger Fenton
Lieut. General Sir Harry Jones, K.Circab. Printed 1856 (11-1)

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Attack between Cossacks of Crimea and French Riding Artillery, 1817. Creator: Jan Antony Langendijk

Attack between Cossacks of Crimea and French Riding Artillery, 1817. Creator: Jan Antony Langendijk
Attack between Cossacks of Crimea and French Riding Artillery, 1817

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Kadikoi, From Camp Of Horse Artillery (image 2 of 2), Printed 1856 (2-29). Creator: Roger Fenton

Kadikoi, From Camp Of Horse Artillery (image 2 of 2), Printed 1856 (2-29). Creator: Roger Fenton
Kadikoi, From Camp Of Horse Artillery (image 2 of 2), Printed 1856 (2-29)

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Fourth Division Burial-ground, on Cathcart's Hill, Crimea, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Fourth Division Burial-ground, on Cathcart's Hill, Crimea, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Fourth Division Burial-ground, on Cathcart's Hill, Crimea, 1856. Crimean War. This Illustration possesses a melancholy interest

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Tchoufout-Kaleh - from a sketch by Willibald Richter, 1856. Creator: Unknown

Tchoufout-Kaleh - from a sketch by Willibald Richter, 1856. Creator: Unknown
Tchoufout-Kaleh - from a sketch by Willibald Richter, 1856....a small town in the neighbourhood of Bagtcheserai [Bakhchysarai], which has been inhabited for centuries by a colony of Jews

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Alouchta - from a sketch by Willibald Richter, 1856. Creator: Unknown

Alouchta - from a sketch by Willibald Richter, 1856. Creator: Unknown
Alouchta - from a sketch by Willibald Richter, 1856....a town situated on the southern shore of [the Crimean] peninsula...Its situation, in a wide and fertile valley

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Phoros Gate, before Sebastopol - sketched by J. A. Crowe, 1856. Creator: J. A. Crowe

The Phoros Gate, before Sebastopol - sketched by J. A. Crowe, 1856. Creator: J. A. Crowe
The Phoros Gate, before Sebastopol - sketched by J. A. Crowe, 1856. British soldiers in the Crimea:sketched by our Special Correspondent and Artist...[showing] the gate of the Phoros [or Foros] Pass

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: View of Karani, 1857. Creator: Unknown

View of Karani, 1857. Creator: Unknown
View of Karani, 1857. The straggling village of Karani, or Karanji, lying in the valley, about two miles and a half from Balaclava

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Spring-Meeting before Sebastopol - the First [Jump?], Second Race, 1856 Creator: Unknown

The Spring-Meeting before Sebastopol - the First [Jump?], Second Race, 1856 Creator: Unknown
The Spring-Meeting before Sebastopol - the First [Jump?], Second Race, 1856. Crimean War: off-duty soldiers organise their own entertainment

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: A Pic-Nic in the Baltic - drawn by J. W. Carmichael, 1856. Creator: W Thomas

A Pic-Nic in the Baltic - drawn by J. W. Carmichael, 1856. Creator: W Thomas
A Pic-Nic in the Baltic - drawn by J. W. Carmichael, 1856. British officers enjoying a break from the Crimean War. This Picnic, sketched by Mr. Carmichael, was proposed on board H.M.S

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Siege of Sebastopol - Interior of the Redan - from a photograph by Robertson, 1856

The Siege of Sebastopol - Interior of the Redan - from a photograph by Robertson, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Siege of Sebastopol - Interior of the Redan - from a photograph by Robertson, 1856. Crimean War. The Redan is a portion of a line of natural mounds

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Land Transport Camp before Sebastopol - Shoeing a Refractory Mule - sketched by J. A

The Land Transport Camp before Sebastopol - Shoeing a Refractory Mule - sketched by J. A. Crowe, 185 Creator: Unknown
The Land Transport Camp before Sebastopol - Shoeing a Refractory Mule - sketched by J. A. Crowe, 1856. Crimean War. In this Sketch our Artist has represented a party of the Land Transport Corps in

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Tchorgoun, on the Tchornaya, 1856. Creator: Unknown

Tchorgoun, on the Tchornaya, 1856. Creator: Unknown
Tchorgoun, on the Tchornaya, 1856. Village on the Chorna river, Crimea. A few days previously to the 25th October, General Liprandi assembled a large force near the villages of Tchorgouna and Kamara

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: View of the Russian town of Sebastopol, 1854. Creator: Unknown

View of the Russian town of Sebastopol, 1854. Creator: Unknown
View of the Russian town of Sebastopol, 1854. From "Cassells Illustrated Family Paper; London Weekly 31/12/1853 - 30/12/1854"

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Monastery of St. George, near Balaclava - from a sketch by Lieut. Montagu O'Reilly, 1854

Monastery of St. George, near Balaclava - from a sketch by Lieut. Montagu O'Reilly, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Monastery of St. George, near Balaclava - from a sketch by Lieut. Montagu O'Reilly, 1854. The monastery of St. George hangs, as it were, to the face of the cliff

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Russian Steamers Shelling the French Camp, Sebastopol, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Russian Steamers Shelling the French Camp, Sebastopol, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Russian Steamers Shelling the French Camp, Sebastopol, 1854. Crimean War. Sketch by Lieutenant Edgar G. Bredin, Royal Artillery, ...taken from a French redoubt

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The 'Valorous' chasing Russian Steamers into Sebastopol, 1854. Creator: Unknown

The "Valorous" chasing Russian Steamers into Sebastopol, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The "Valorous" chasing Russian Steamers into Sebastopol, 1854. Crimean War....the mast-heads of a Russian steamer appeared... another was seen following her

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Head-Quarters of Lord Raglan, near Balaclava - from a sketch by Lieutenant Montagu O'Reilly, 1854

Head-Quarters of Lord Raglan, near Balaclava - from a sketch by Lieutenant Montagu O'Reilly, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Head-Quarters of Lord Raglan, near Balaclava - from a sketch by Lieutenant Montagu O'Reilly, 1854. Crimean War. View of...the Head-quarters of Lord Raglan, not far from Balaclava

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: French Ambulances, before Sebastopol, 1854. Creator: Unknown

French Ambulances, before Sebastopol, 1854. Creator: Unknown
French Ambulances, before Sebastopol, 1854. Crimean War:nearly all English accounts from the Crimea represent the French medical arrangements as much superior to those of our army

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Storm in Balaclava Bay, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Storm in Balaclava Bay, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Storm in Balaclava Bay, 1854. Crimean War: Royal Navy ships lost in bad weather on the Black Sea. Captain Frain saving the sole survivor from the Wild Wave; Pride of Ocean; HMS Retribution; Medora;

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Storm in Balaclava Bay, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Storm in Balaclava Bay, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Storm in Balaclava Bay, 1854. Crimean War: Royal Navy ships lost in bad weather on the Black Sea. Ship Caducis; Ship Progress; Maltese Brig; Steamer Melbourne; HMS Avon; HMS Vesuvius; Wild Wave; Ship

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Balaclava, the Scene of the Successful Cavalry Charge, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Balaclava, the Scene of the Successful Cavalry Charge, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Balaclava, the Scene of the Successful Cavalry Charge, 1854. Crimean War. On the 25th October the Russians attacked the right of our position at break of day; the Turks

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Spahi (Algerian Troops), French Battery on the Heights of Balaclava - from a sketch by... 1854

Spahi (Algerian Troops), French Battery on the Heights of Balaclava - from a sketch by... 1854. Creator: Unknown
Spahi (Algerian Troops), French Battery on the Heights of Balaclava - from a sketch by Lieutenant Montagu O'Reilly, 1854. Crimean War

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Screw Steam-Ship 'Prince', wrecked off Balaclava Harbour, 1854. Creator: Unknown

The Screw Steam-Ship "Prince", wrecked off Balaclava Harbour, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Screw Steam-Ship "Prince", wrecked off Balaclava Harbour, 1854. Crimean War: severe storm wrecks up to 30 vessels including Royal Navy warships....the wind blowing a terrific hurricane

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Sebastopol and Balaclava shewing the position of the Allied Forces, 1854. Creator: John Dower

Sebastopol and Balaclava shewing the position of the Allied Forces, 1854. Creator: John Dower
Sebastopol and Balaclava shewing the position of the Allied Forces, 1854. Crimean War. The severe and costly battles of Balaclava and Inkerman

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Wrecks off the Katscha, 1854. Creator: Smyth

Wrecks off the Katscha, 1854. Creator: Smyth
Wrecks off the Katscha, 1854. Crimean War, ships lost in bad weather....the most horrific gale ever known in that part of the world continued to rage throughout the length

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Wrecks at Balaclava, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Wrecks at Balaclava, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Wrecks at Balaclava, 1854. Crimean War: ships wrecked in bad weather....in 2 hours 11 transports have been wrecked and 6 dismasted, and rendered unfit for service

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Siege of Sebastopol - the Rifles in the Trenches, 1854. Creator: Unknown

The Siege of Sebastopol - the Rifles in the Trenches, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Siege of Sebastopol - the Rifles in the Trenches, 1854. Crimean War. The latest accounts from the English Camp inform us that our riflemen in the trenches continue to pick off the Russian gunners

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: 'The Trafalgar' and 'Retribution' at the Siege of Sebastopol - from a sketch by Lieutenant... 1854

"The Trafalgar" and "Retribution" at the Siege of Sebastopol - from a sketch by Lieutenant... 1854
"The Trafalgar" and "Retribution" at the Siege of Sebastopol - from a sketch by Lieutenant Montagu O'Reilly, 1854. Crimean War: Royal Navy ships

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Street in Balaclava, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Street in Balaclava, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Street in Balaclava, 1854. Crimean War....view of one of the streets of the Tartar town along which a party of Dragoons are passing, on their way to the English Camp; while a couple of dromedaries

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Sortie of the Russians from Sebastopol - General Sir De Lacy Evans and staff, October 26, 1854

Sortie of the Russians from Sebastopol - General Sir De Lacy Evans and staff, October 26, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Sortie of the Russians from Sebastopol - General Sir De Lacy Evans and staff, October 26, 1854. Crimean War: British officers on the battlefield

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Sortie of the Russians from Sebastopol, October 26, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Sortie of the Russians from Sebastopol, October 26, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Sortie of the Russians from Sebastopol, October 26, 1854. Crimean War. The Russian prisoners relate that General Luders, thinking he had gained a victory...sent a grandiloquent account of the affair

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Action at Balaclava - Charge of the Scots Greys, October 25, 1854. Creator: Unknown

The Action at Balaclava - Charge of the Scots Greys, October 25, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Action at Balaclava - Charge of the Scots Greys, October 25, 1854. Crimean War:the moment when the command was given to charge the Russian columns...The numbers [of Russian soldiers] opposed to

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Siege of Sebastopol - map, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Siege of Sebastopol - map, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Siege of Sebastopol - map, 1854. Crimean War. The Black Sea, town and harbour of Sebastopol, Rivers Belbec, Katchka and Alma, Balaklava, roads to Eupatoria and Simferopol, Barren Steppes

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Action at Balaclava, October 25 - First Charge of Heavy Cavalry, 1854. Creator: Unknown

The Action at Balaclava, October 25 - First Charge of Heavy Cavalry, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Action at Balaclava, October 25 - First Charge of Heavy Cavalry, 1854. Crimean War. The Russian cavalry, about 4000 in number

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Siege of Sebastopol - general view, 1854. Creator: Unknown

The Siege of Sebastopol - general view, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Siege of Sebastopol - general view, 1854. Crimean War. Map showing the Russian-held ports of Sebastopol and Balaclava, harbours and warships

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Siege of Sebastopol - portion of redoubt, occupied and evacuated by the Russians, 1854

The Siege of Sebastopol - portion of redoubt, occupied and evacuated by the Russians, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Siege of Sebastopol - portion of redoubt, occupied and evacuated by the Russians, 1854. Crimean War. As our cavalry moved on, supported by our artillery

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Siege of Sebastopol - part of Captain Wodehouse's Battery, 1854. Creator: Unknown

The Siege of Sebastopol - part of Captain Wodehouse's Battery, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Siege of Sebastopol - part of Captain Wodehouse's Battery, 1854. Crimean War. British encampment and firing positions. Clouds of smoke on the left indicate fighting

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Light Cavalry Charge at Balaclava, 1854. Creator: Unknown

The Light Cavalry Charge at Balaclava, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Light Cavalry Charge at Balaclava, 1854. Crimean War: disastrous communication breakdown. When Lord Lucan received the order from Captain Nolan, and had read it, he asked

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Siege of Sebastopol - Explosion of a Powder Magazine in the English Trenches, 1854

The Siege of Sebastopol - Explosion of a Powder Magazine in the English Trenches, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Siege of Sebastopol - Explosion of a Powder Magazine in the English Trenches, 1854. Crimean War. Despatch from General Canrobert: Yesterday, at sunrise, we opened fire

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Russian Fleet moored outside the Batteries of Sebastopol, under the guns, September 22, 1854

Russian Fleet moored outside the Batteries of Sebastopol, under the guns, September 22, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Russian Fleet moored outside the Batteries of Sebastopol, under the guns, September 22, 1854. Crimean War. Warships on the Black Sea defending the strategic port city

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Siege of Sebastopol - General Canrobert and Escort, 1854. Creator: Unknown

The Siege of Sebastopol - General Canrobert and Escort, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Siege of Sebastopol - General Canrobert and Escort, 1854. Crimean War: commander-in-chief of the French troops....our Artist happened to meet General Canrobert

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: The Siege of Sebastopol - Gordon's Attack with a Lancaster Gun, 1854. Creator: Unknown

The Siege of Sebastopol - Gordon's Attack with a Lancaster Gun, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Siege of Sebastopol - Gordon's Attack with a Lancaster Gun, 1854. Crimean War: British soldiers with heavy artillery:on the crest of a precipice, is a one-gun battery

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Sebastopol Batteries Firing at an Austrian Vessel, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Sebastopol Batteries Firing at an Austrian Vessel, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Sebastopol Batteries Firing at an Austrian Vessel, 1854. Crimean War. Allied ship coming under fire from Russian guns at the strategic Black Sea port

Background imageCrimea Ukraine Collection: Bombardment of Sebastopol - General Sir De Lacy Evans and staff, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Bombardment of Sebastopol - General Sir De Lacy Evans and staff, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Bombardment of Sebastopol - General Sir De Lacy Evans and staff, 1854. Crimean War: mounted British officers. The enemy's magazine in the round tower battery exploded again for the third time



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