Eyewitness in the Crimea: The Crimean War Letters (1854-1856) of Lt. Col. George Frederick Dallas Sometime Captain, 46th Foot, and Adc to Sir Robert Garrett
The thoughts of an officer at the forefront of the fighting, portraying the daily hardships experienced by the soldiers.
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