The War Correspondent, Apr 2018
Volume 35 No.3 contains the following:
From the Editor
Changing of the Guard
Chairman’s Report 2018 from Glenn Fisher
Treasurer’s Report 2018 from Lee Tough
Secretary’s Report 2018 from Ken Tough
The Early History of the Huddersfield and District Army Veteran’s Association by John H. Rumsby
William Henry Cory, 11th Hussars again by Tony Margrave
Szathmari at Silistria by Michael Tinsley
What if … Submarines off Cronstadt and Sevastopol by Dr. Douglas J. Austin
Crimea’s Byron? Adam Mickiiewicz? by Jennifer Margrave
The Story of Birr’s Russian Trophy Cannon by Dr. Paul Huddie
A Crimean War Veteran Returns Home to his Medals and His Family by Keith Smith
John Pendered, Royal Sappers and Miners and the First Photographic Expedition to the Crimea by Glenn Fisher
Balaclava’s Greatest Hits – Trumpeter Lanfried sounds the Charge by Philip Boys
The Running W and the 1936 Movie “The Charge of the Light Brigade from an email from Philip Boys
BOOK REVIEWS The Crimean War then and now by Dr. David Jones reviewed by Glenn Fisher
Into the Valley of Death by A. L. Berridge reviewed by Lawrence W. Crider
Memories of Memorials by Michael Aidan reviewed by Lawrence W. Crider
Voices from the Past: the Siege of Sevastopol by Anthony Dawson reviewed by Major Colin Robins
The Other Nightingale Museum The Submarine – Backward and Forward in Time
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