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Wojna krymska 1853-1856 (14)

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General Sir George Brown seated, and officers of the Light Division, most standing, wearing uniforms and hats / INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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The tombs of the generals on Cathcart's Hill / INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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Allied leaders seated at a table / INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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The artist's van / INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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A Chief of Staff to the French General Bosquet sits with another soldier / INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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A British Captain on horseback, full-length portrait, dressed in uniform, seated on a horse with "V DG" on bags, facing left; another man, possibly a servant, stands at the head of the horse, tent and huts in the background / INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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Roger Fenton, full-length portrait, dressed in a Zouave uniform, seated, facing front, holding rifle. / INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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Cavalry camp, looking towards Kadikoi / INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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Lieutenant-Colonel Lord Burghersh, full-length portrait, wearing uniform and holding sword, seated on rock, facing slightly right / INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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The old Genoese Castle at Balaklava, from above the castle pier / INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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Captain Hall & a group of the 14th / INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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A building next to which is a pile of baskets and a holding pen with horses at the landing place on the cattle pier with ship at dock in Balaklava harbor, also view of the landscape of the hills in the background / INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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A Turkish General sits on horseback alongside two of his officers / INCREDIBLE IMAGES of the first war to ever be documented in pictures, some dating back a remarkable 160 years, have remerged this week, giving a rare glimpse into what military life was like in the mid-1800s. The collection documents the infamous Crimean War of the 1850s, and was taken by British photographer Roger Fenton over the space of just three months between March and June 1855 in extremely testing conditions. Though he was unable to capture any battle scenes due to the effort of setting up his equipment, images do include rows upon rows of tents at a British cavalry camp in what is now the Ukraine, with another showing a group of British soldiers next to a flag. Further images from the collection show a majestic navy ship at the Balaklava harbour, with further shots showing a war council in progress toward the end of the conflict. The Crimean War took place between October 1853 and March 1856, and was fought between a coalition of the British, French, Ottoman Empire and Sardinia defeated the Russian Empire. On paper, the conflict began because of a dispute between France and Russia over who should have authority over the Christians residing in the Ottoman Empire. In reality, however, it was about power / Roger Fenton / mediadrumworld.com
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