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To whet the appetite, Volume 32 No.2 contains the following articles:
 
About the Cover: 'The Bandsmen' by Jeff Bennett
 
ARTICLES:
Royal Marine Brigade Muster by Tom Muir; Roger Fenton — a Trail Blazer by John Barham; A Journey to Disputed Crimea by Wendy Leahy and Diana Enser; How and when did Mary Seacole get to the Crimea by Tony Margrave; Sergeant James Scarfe, the Gentleman Lancer by Glenn Fisher; The Balaklava of Balaklava: Sir George Cathcart's Morning Report by Dr. Douglas J. Austin; Famous Regiments of the Crimean War: the 38th Foot by Major Frank A. O. Clark
TRANSCRIPTIONS:
Crimean Letters (Brevet-Colonel Henry W.S. Bunbury) from Colonel Peter Knox
 
BOOK REVIEWS:
The English Prisoners in Russia reviewed by Lawrence W. Crider
 
MISCELLANEA:
Silistria Fortifications: a jaundiced look at contemporary maps courtesy of David Williams; A Visit to Silistria in 2001 with notes and photographs from David Williams; A Belgian Knife–pistol; George Wombwell's Grave photos and comments from Mike Morris.
 
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