Victory at Sebastopol

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McBooks Press, 2004 - Fiction - 218 pages
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Spring 1855, the height of the Crimean War, and the siege of the Russian city of Sebastopol continues. In a desperate attempt to cut the Russians' supply line at the Sea of Azoff, the Allies commit 15,000 troops, five batteries of artillery, and virtually every ship of their Black Sea fleets. Commander Phillip Hazard and HMS Huntress undertake the crucial mission of marking a new channel for the Allies' attack under the formidable shore batteries guarding the Straight of Yenikale.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE
17
CHAPTER TWO
45
CHAPTER THREE
66
CHAPTER FOUR
89
CHAPTER FIVE
108
CHAPTER SIX
125
CHAPTER SEVEN
141
CHAPTER EIGHT
167
CHAPTER NINE
193
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V. A. Stuart wrote several series of military fiction and numerous other novels under various pseudonyms. Her settings span history and the globe, from the Napoleonic wars of Europe to India under the British Raj. Born in 1914, she was in Burma with the British Fourteenth Army, became a lieutenant, and was decorated with the Burma Star and the Pacific Star.

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