1 September 2015

Volume 33 No.1 September 2015


From the Editor and items of interest
Chairman’s Report by Glenn Fisher
Webmaster’s Report by Tom Muir
Crimean War Research Society (2014) Report on Annual General Meeting by Ken Tough
Ceremony at Oswestry Town Museum 1 June 2015 by David Rogers
The CWRS AGM Weekend 24-26 April 2015 by Major Colin Robins

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

“The Windsor Court Martial by Major Colin Robins, reviewed by Rod Robinson

Honour for Philip Haythornthwaite by Major Colin Robins

1 April 2015

Volume 32 No.2 April 2015

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From the Editor
About the Cover: The Bandsmen by Jeff Bennett
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
Crimean Letters (Brevet-Colonel Henry W.S. Bunbury) from Colonel Peter Knox
‘The English Prisoners in Russia’ reviewed by Lawrence W. Crider
Silistria Fortifications: a jaundiced look at contemporary maps courtesy of David Williams
A Visit to Silistria 2001 with notes and photographs from David Williams
A Belgian Knife-pistol
George Wombwell’s Grave photos and comments from Mike Morris
Russian Conveyances mentioned in Royer (illustrations)
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