Mrs. Duberly's War: Journal and Letters from the Crimea, 1854-6

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Books Referred to
and Further Reading

Adkin, Mark: The Charge. London 1996.

Cadogan, Sir George: Cadogan's Crimea (illustrations, with text by Somerset J. Gough Calthorpe). London 1979.

Chapman, Roger: Echoes from the Crimea. Green Howards Museum, 2004.

Currie, Frank: Letters from the Crimea 1854-56. London 1899.

Dallas, George: Eyewitness in the Crimea: The Crimean War Letters (1854-56) of Lt Col George Frederick Dallas, edited by Michael Hargreave Mawson. London 2001.

Demidov, Anatolii Nikolaevich: Travels in Southern Russia and the Crimea; Through Hungary, Wallachia and Moldavia during the year 1837. Eng. trans, 2 vols., London 1853.

Duberly, Frances Isabella: Campaigning Experiences in Central India and Rajpootana during the Suppression of the Mutiny. London 1859.

Fenton, Roger: [Photographs of the Crimean War]. 2 vols., Manchester 1856.

Gernsheim, Helmut and Alison: Roger Fenton, his Photographs and Letters from the Crimea. London 1954.

Godman, Temple: The Fields of War: A Young Cavalryman's Crimea Campaign. London c. 1977.

Hawley, Robert Beaufoy: The Hawley Letters: The Letters of Captain R. B. Hawley, 89th, from the Crimea, December 1954 to August 1856. London 1970.

Hibbert, Christopher: The Destruction of Lord Raglan: A Tragedy of the Crimean War 1854-5. London 1961.

Hodge, Edward: 'Little Hodge', being Extracts from the Diaries and Letters of Colonel Edward Cooper Hodge written during the Crimean War. London 1971.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Maps and Illustrations ix
  • Notes on Endpapers x
  • Chapter 1 - The Voyage 1
  • Chapter 2 - Embarkation and Encampment at Varna 17
  • Chapter 3 - The Expedition to the Crimea 54
  • Chapter 4 - Balaklava October-November 1854 75
  • Chapter 5 - Balaklava December 1854– March 1855 113
  • Chapter 6 - The Camp 154
  • Chapter 7 - The Fall of Sebastopol 200
  • Notes and Commentary 263
  • Biographical Notes 307
  • Appendix I - How the War Began 327
  • Appendix 2 - The Battle of Balaklava 334
  • Books Referred to and Further Reading 343
  • Acknowledgements 345
  • Index 347
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