Crimean War

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Crimean war (1854–56) fought between Imperial Russia and an alliance consisting of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, the Second French Empire, the Kingdom of Sardinia and the Ottoman Empire. The majority of the conflict takes place around Crimea, on the northern coasts of the Black Sea.

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Scottish Soldier - Crimean war Colour Sergeant "Willie" McGregor of the Scots Fusilier Guards, photographed in 1856 after the Crimean War, wearing the post-war tunic but with his Crimean beard.

Siege of Sevastopol

The trench fighting outside Sevastopol in 1854 and 1855 during the Crimean War, that proved a foretaste of the terrible warfare of the American Civil War and the First World War

Crimean War 1854 - 1856 Portrait of Pipe Major John Macdonald, 72 Highlanders, with bagpipes. Date 1854 - 1856

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Bagpiper from the Crimean War, between 1853-1856

Rare photos of Napoleon III's Imperial Guard - Page 4 - Armchair General and HistoryNet >> The Best Forums in History

A French Grenadier Sapeurs of the Imperial Guard during the Crimean War, 1855.[476x750]

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Crimean War Colour Sergeant William McGregor, Scots Fusilier Guards, wearing genuine bear skin head gear and the sash of his rank.

CRIMEAN WAR 1854-56

Q 71634. Colour Sergeant William McGregor Scots Fusilier Guards.

Soldiers of the Light Dragoons: Battle of Balaclava on October 1854 in the Crimean War: photograph by Fenton Victorian Photography, Old Photography, British Army Uniform, British Soldier, Asian History, British History, Tudor History, Military Art, Military History

Battle of Balaclava

The Battle of The Balaclava - the Charge of the Light Brigade, the Charge of the Heavy Brigade and the Thin Red Line part of the Crimean War October 1854

Crimean War 1854 - 1856 Portrait of Pipe Major John Macdonald, 72 Highlanders, with bagpipes. Date 1854 - 1856

Pipe-Major John Macdonald, 72nd (Duke of Albany's Own Highlanders) Regiment of Foot, 1856. Picture colored by Colourising History. In July 1856, at the Crimean War's end, troops gathered in Aldershot for a London victory parade. Macdonald was among the soldiers photographed in Aldershot by Robert Howlett and Joseph Cundall for their series of portraits entitled 'Crimean Heroes 1856'.

My Antique World: The object of the day: Daguerreotype of Crimean War hero Bryson a Crimean War Hero. The uniform is that of an officer in the Foot. and he is wearing the Crimean War medal with two bars. Resealed in full case. British Soldier, British Army, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, War Medals, Crimean War, Second Empire, Daguerreotype, British Uniforms

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The Antiques connecting our past with our daily life in the most beautiful way. Stay in touch with your roots, with your tradition and meet another cultures and learn more about them.

Photo of a group of the Regiment with a color sergeant, posed before conical tent with military camp in background, taken during the Crimean War. British Armed Forces, British Soldier, British Army, Crimean War, Military History, Warfare, Commonwealth, British Colonial, Victorian History

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This web page includes an incredible image of Group of the 71st Regiment, and a nice collection of historic photos including 1850s and 1860s.

Century soldiers of the British Empire. From left to right- Sergeant Joseph John Stanton, Color-Sergeant Kester Knight, Private William Bruce.

Crimean War Soldiers In Colour

All original photographs were taken during, or very shortly after the Crimean War (though I believe all of these photographs were taken at Aldershot, Hampshire). All tribute to 'Colourising History'/Doug - LINK - http://www.colourisehistory.com/ for adding a bit of colour to these chaps. Would run a mile if I came against these fellows!! Only British soldiers, but hopefully the artist will move onto Russian, French and Ottoman soldiers in the future.

Crimean War: Company Sergeant William Christie and Sergeant Samuel McGifford, Bn., Royal Artillery, with captured Russian banners which were brought back to England as war trophies, © IWM (Q Military Tactics, Military Art, Military History, Military Uniforms, Military Flags, Military Chic, British Army Uniform, British Soldier, Uk History

Company Sergeant William Christie and Sergeant Samuel McGifford, 4th Bn., Royal Artillery, with captured Russian banners which were brought back to England as war trophies, 1856. © IWM (Q 71615)

bantarleton: “ Sergeant Patrick Carroll (service Nº Battalion, Rifle Brigade. He wears both the Crimea and the 1853 Kaffir medal. On returning from the Crimea, the Battalion were. British Army Uniform, British Uniforms, British Soldier, Crimean War, Napoleonic Wars, Queen Victoria, British History, Military History, Military Fashion

Crimean War Soldiers In Colour

All original photographs were taken during, or very shortly after the Crimean War (though I believe all of these photographs were taken at Aldershot, Hampshire). All tribute to 'Colourising History'/Doug - LINK - http://www.colourisehistory.com/ for adding a bit of colour to these chaps. Would run a mile if I came against these fellows!! Only British soldiers, but hopefully the artist will move onto Russian, French and Ottoman soldiers in the future.

Men Laying Bricks in the area of the Crimean War Memorial in St James's, London, Photo: Henry Bedford-Lemere Vintage London, Old London, Black Sea, Black And White, Crimean War, Getty Museum, Strange Photos, Kingdom Of Great Britain, French Empire

[Men Laying Bricks] (Getty Museum)

[Men Laying Bricks]; Henry Bedford-Lemere (British, born 1840); Europe; 1903; Albumen silver print; 24 × 29.2 cm (9 7/16 × 11 1/2 in.); 84.XP.769.35; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; Rights Statement: No Copyright - United States