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Кавказский календарь на 1908 год. Тифлис: Тип. К.П. Козловского, 1907.

Кавказский календарь на 1908 год. Тифлис: Тип. К.П. Козловского, 1907.

Sergeant Major James Beardsley, 'C' troop of the Royal Horse Artillery in Aldershot, Hampshire - July 1856 (Photograph by Robert Howlett and Joseph Cundall)

Costumes: Menswear – Sergeant Major James Beardsley, 'C' troop of the Royal Horse Artillery in Aldershot, Hampshire - July 1856 (Photograph by Robert Howlett and Joseph Cundall)

Captain Robert Campbell Cuninghame,(Regt.Nº 2647?) 1st.Battalion, 42nd.(Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot. c.1855

Captain Robert Campbell Cuninghame, Highland) Regiment of Foot. Seen here in a camp in the area of Balaklava. He would be awarded the Crimean War Medal with clasps for Alma, Balaklava and Sebastopol.

Colour Sergeant Joseph John Stanton (Regt. Nº681) Royal Sappers and Miners at Aldershot in July 1856. He wears the Distinguished Conduct Medal. The Crimea Medal 1854-56 with three clasps for Balaklava, Inkermann and Sebastopol. The Turkish Crimea Medal and The French Legion of Honour.

Colour Sergeant Joseph John Stanton Software Used: Photoshop Client: N/A Artist: Doug Banks Colour Sergeant Joseph John Stanton (Regt.

Portrait of Sergeant John Geary, Thomas Onslow and Lance Corporal Patrick Carthay, 95th (Derbyshire) Regiment of Foot c. 1856. After Inkerman, during the Crimean Campaign, the regiment was reduced to less than a hundred officers and men but continued to serve in the trenches, which led to their nickname that: "....there may be few of the 95th left but those are as Hard as Nails." The 95th Regiment won eight Victoria Cross awards in the Crimea. (IWM Q 71638)

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

Nobel, Dawson and Harper of the 72nd (Duke of Albany's Own Highlanders) Regiment of Foot, July 1856. All three wear the Crimea Medal, and the man on the right also wears the Turkish Crimea Medal.     The 72nd Highlanders arrived in the Crimea from Malta just in time to take part in the latter stages of the siege of Sevastopol.

The Crimean War, 1854 - 1856 Men of 72 Highlanders who served in the Crimea: William Noble, Alexander Davison and John Harper. Date 1854 - 1856

Cornet Henry John Wilkin, 11th Hussars (c. 1855) - He rode in the 'Charge of the Light Brigade' as the Assistant Surgeon 25th Oct. 1854 (aged 25)

Crimea War: Cornet Henry John Wilkin, Hussars (c. - He rode in the 'Charge of the Light Brigade' as the Assistant Surgeon Oct. 1854 (aged colored by Doug Banks