British Foreign Policy 1815-65

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Map of the Crimean Peninsula

This map has been taken from the website of Battery B, 4th U.S. Light Artillery and is reproduced here with the kind permission of 'Corporal Scott Gutzke' to whom thanks are due. This document has been copied from its primary location on The Victorian Web.


Other maps are also available:

Sevastopol
the West Coast of the Crimea
the Straits
Map of the Battle of the Alma
Map of the Battle of Inkerman
Map of the Charge of the Light Brigade
Map of the Chersonese Peninsula
Map of the Ottoman Empire


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