Crimean War

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French; Foreign Legion, Officer at Sebastapol, Sergeant in Tenue de Marche & Sergeant at Sebastapol, Crimea, 1855-56 Military, Colonial, Military Units, Third Republic, Historical Period, Century, La Légion Étrangère
French; Foreign Legion, Officer at Sebastapol, Sergeant in Tenue de Marche & Sergeant at Sebastapol, Crimea, 1855-56
British signed Army Print 8th King’s Royal Irish Light Dragoons Hussars Crimea England, Cavalry, British Uniforms, British Army, Soldier
British signed Army Print 8th King’s Royal Irish Light Dragoons Hussars Crimea | eBay
British signed Army Print 8th King’s Royal Irish Light Dragoons Hussars Crimea
British signed Military Print 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards Crimea | Warriors, India, Royal Marines, British Army Uniform, British Soldier
19th Century Militaria Prints for sale | eBay
British signed Military Print 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards Crimea |
Officer 17th Lancers, Balaclava 1854 by Mark Churms. Showing Captain Wombwell engaging the 1st Ural Cossacks behind the Russian artillery. Victoria, Portraits, War Horses, Crimean War
Officer 17th Lancers, Balaclava 1854 by Mark Churms. - Cranston Fine Arts Aviation, Military and Naval Art
Officer 17th Lancers, Balaclava 1854 by Mark Churms. Showing Captain Wombwell engaging the 1st Ural Cossacks behind the Russian artillery.
Corporal, 17th Light Dragoons (Lancers), Varna 1854 - The 17th was part of a combined British and French expedition assembled to support the Ottoman Empire in its war with Russia. The intention of the expedition was to invade the Crimea and capture the naval base of Sevastopol. During the Siege the 17th Lancers took part in the Battle of Balaklava on 25th October in a cavalry charge that became known as the Charge of the Light Brigade. Commonwealth, Heraldry, 19th Century
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Corporal, 17th Light Dragoons (Lancers), Varna 1854 - The 17th was part of a combined British and French expedition assembled to support the Ottoman Empire in its war with Russia. The intention of the expedition was to invade the Crimea and capture the naval base of Sevastopol. During the Siege the 17th Lancers took part in the Battle of Balaklava on 25th October in a cavalry charge that became known as the Charge of the Light Brigade.
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