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View of Canrobert's Hill from Kadikoi - Russians captured this at beginning of the battle and held it.

View of Canrobert's Hill from Kadikoi - Russians captured this at beginning of the battle and held it.

Dogs were given many roles within armies during World War One, including drawing carts containing machine guns and supplies for the Belgian army, as troops left for the front line in October 1914 ( 962 x 704 )

Dogs were given many roles within armies during World War One, including drawing carts containing machine guns and supplies for the Belgian army, as troops left for the front line in October 1914 ( 962 x 704 )

OFLAG IVC PRISONER OF WAR CAMP, COLDITZ CASTLE, SAXONY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR. Escape attempts - the underside of the hole beneath the stage in the camp theatre through which four officers escaped, two of them successfully.

OFLAG IVC PRISONER OF WAR CAMP, COLDITZ CASTLE, SAXONY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR. Escape attempts - the underside of the hole beneath the stage in the camp theatre through which four officers escaped, two of them successfully.

Native mappa lingua tribù americana.

Native mappa lingua tribù americana.

From the same location as photo number 11 here we turn and look to the right to see where the Light Brigade ended its charge just beyond the Russian artillery line which was down where the dark tree line shows in this photo. Part of the Brigade passed on to far center toward the Tcherniya river. The dark ridge line in the distance is Mackenzie heights, named after a Scot admiral who commanded in the Russian Black Sea Fleet.

From the same location as photo number 11 here we turn and look to the right to see where the Light Brigade ended its charge just beyond the Russian artillery line which was down where the dark tree line shows in this photo. Part of the Brigade passed on to far center toward the Tcherniya river. The dark ridge line in the distance is Mackenzie heights, named after a Scot admiral who commanded in the Russian Black Sea Fleet.

Cornet Wilkin, 11th (or Prince Albert's Own) Hussars, Crimea, 1855 (c)

Cornet Wilkin, 11th (or Prince Albert's Own) Hussars, Crimea, 1855 (c)

Crimean War Photographs by Roger Fenton, 1855-Commander Maxse, seated on a rock. LC-USZC4-9285

Crimean War Photographs by Roger Fenton, 1855-Commander Maxse, seated on a rock. LC-USZC4-9285

Early morning view from Kadikoi area northeast to Canrobert's hill which the Russians captured at the opening of the day.

Early morning view from Kadikoi area northeast to Canrobert's hill which the Russians captured at the opening of the day.

Here we have moved to a location behind the Russian artillery line, which was approximately where the tree line is now. We view toward Sapun Gor ridge. The Causeway height is on the left. The Light Brigade charged from the far end of this valley straight toward us and passed through the Russian artillery line.

Here we have moved to a location behind the Russian artillery line, which was approximately where the tree line is now. We view toward Sapun Gor ridge. The Causeway height is on the left. The Light Brigade charged from the far end of this valley straight toward us and passed through the Russian artillery line.

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