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Crimean War 1853 1856 Gallery

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Choose from 162 pictures in our Crimean War 1853 1856 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Francois Certain Canrobert, French general, 1869 Featured Print

Francois Certain Canrobert, French general, 1869

Francois Certain Canrobert, French general, 1869. After serving in Africa, Canrobert (1809-1895) was appointed aide-de-camp to President Louis-Napoleon, and participated in the coup d'etat that led to the establishment of the Second Empire. He was wounded at the Battle of Alma in the Crimea in 1851. Made a Marshal of France, he fought at Magenta and Solferino in the Austro-Sardinian War amd commanded the VI Corps in the Franco-Prussian War before surrendering at the besieged city of Metz. A photograph from Album de Photographies dans L'Intimite de Personnages Illustres, 1850-1900, 2nd album, Editions MD, Paris

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General Bosquet, French soldier, 1857. Artist: DJ Pound Featured Print

General Bosquet, French soldier, 1857. Artist: DJ Pound

General Bosquet, French soldier, 1857. Pierre Francois Joseph Bosquet (1810-1861) was active in the French Algerian campaigns (1834-1852). In the Crimean War (1853-1856) he was at Alma, Inkerman and Sebastapol. He was created Marshal of France in 1856. Engraving from England's Battles by Sea and Land, Volume V, Russia and Turkey, (The London Printing and Publishing Company, 1857)

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The battlefield of the Alma, night after the battle, 1854 (1857).Artist: DJ Pound Featured Print

The battlefield of the Alma, night after the battle, 1854 (1857).Artist: DJ Pound

The battlefield of the Alma, night after the battle, 1854 (1857). The Battle of the Alma (September 20, 1854), which is usually considered the first battle of the Crimean War, took place in the vicinity of the River Alma in the Crimea. An Anglo-French force under General St. Arnaud and Lord Raglan defeated General Menshikov's Russian army, which lost around 6000 troops. From England's Battles by Sea and Land, volume IV: Russia and Turkey, by Lieutenant Colonel Williams, Published by The London Printing and Publishing Company (1857)

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