The War Correspondent, Sept 2015
Volume 33 No.1 contains the following articles:
Mary Seacole’s Hut? : Illustrated London News and Blackwood Sketch by Dr. Douglas Austin.
20th Company Sappers and Miners (&c.) by Diane Oldman.
A History of a Crimean War Charity (Seaton Foundation) by Dr. Paul Huddie.
Lord Cardigan at Balaklava: a reappraisal by John Barham.
Sir Colin Campbell: Command Denied by Adrian Greenwood.
Dr. John W. Morton of Tennessee: an American Surgeon in the Crimea by Tony R. Margrave.
Famous Regiments of the Crimean War: 31st Regiment of Foot by Major F. A. O. Clark.
Strange Cargo by Diane Oldman.
The Osmanli Irregular Cavalry: Organising Britain’s Bashi Bazouks by Richard Stevenson.
Kinsmen in the Crimean War: the tragic loss of two young baronets named Young by Mike Hinton.
The Maturation of Lord Ernest Vane Tempest from the news transcribed by Lawrence W. Crider
Victoria’s Scottish Lion: The Life of Colin Campbell, Lord Clyde by Adrian Greenwood, reviewed by Colin Robins.
Turkish Uniforms of the Crimean War: a handbook of uniforms by Chris Flaherty, reviewed by Peter McAllister.
The Windsor Court Martial by Major Colin Robins, reviewed by Rod Robinson.
Honour for Philip Haythornthwaite by Major Colin Robins.
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