The Emperors Library

Crimean War book collection volume 1

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A collection of 104 books on the Crimean War 1853-56 from British French, Turkish and Russian viewpoints.
The collection covers the fighting in the Black sea, Crimean peninsula, Asia Minor, Baltic sea and the Pacific.
The collection comes on a USB stick and is Post free world wide
CRIMEAN WAR BOOK COLLECTION VOLUME 1

  1. A campaign with the Turks in Asia vol.1
  2. A campaign with the Turks in Asia vol.2
  3. A lost commander - Florence Nightingale
  4. A month in the camp before Sebastopol
  5. A Narrative of Personal Experiences and Impressions during a Residence on the Bosphorus throughout the Crimean war
  6. A review of the Crimean War to the winter of 1854-5
  7. A soldier's experience or, A voice from the ranks - A personal narrative of the Crimea
  8. A visit to Sebastopol a week after its fall, by an officer of the Anglo-Turkish contingent
  9. A visit to the camp before Sevastopol
  10. A voice from within the walls of sebastopol
  11. A year of the war
  12. An American transport in the Crimean war
  13. An officer's letters to his wife during the Crimean War - Gen Kelly
  14. At home and on the battlefield; letters from the Crimea, China and Egypt, 1854-1888
  15. Canada and the Crimea, or, Sketches of a soldier's life from the journals and correspondence of the late Major Ranken, R.E.
  16. Catharine Leslie Hobson, lady-nurse, Crimean war, and her life
  17. Constantinople during the Crimean War
  18. Cronstat and the Russian Fleet
  19. Days of a soldier's life - being letters of Gen.Walker
  20. Descriptive sketches – Crimea
  21. Despatches and papers relative to the campaign in Turkey, Asia Minor, and the Crimea
  22. Despatches and papers relative to the campaign in Turkey, Asia Minor, and the Crimea
  23. Diplomatic study on the Crimean war (1852 to 1856) Russian vol.1
  24. Diplomatic study on the Crimean war (1852 to 1856) Russian vol.2
  25. Eastern hospitals and English nurses ; twelve months experience in the hospitals of Koulali and Scutari vol.1
  26. Eastern hospitals and English nurses ; twelve months experience in the hospitals of Koulali and Scutari vol.2
  27. English and French Neutrality and the Anglo-French Alliance
  28. Europe and the allies
  29. From midshipman to field marshal vol.1
  30. From the fleet in the fifties - a history of the Crimean war
  31. General Gordon's letters from the Crimea, the Danube, and Armenia
  32. General orders issued to the Army of the East from April 1854 to December 1855
  33. General Todleben's History of the defence of Sebastopol. 1854-5 A Review
  34. History of the First Battalion Coldstream Guards during the eastern campaign February, 1854 to June 1856
  35. Inkerman
  36. Inside Sebastopol, and experiences in camp
  37. Intimate memoirs of Napoleon III vol.2
  38. Journal kept during the Russian war, from the departure of the army from England in April, 1854, to the fall of Sebastopol
  39. Journal of adventures with the British Army from the commencement of the war – vol.1
  40. Journal of adventures with the British Army from the commencement of the war – vol.2
  41. Journal of the 2 visits to the Crimea
  42. Kars and its defenders, the campaign in Asia minor
  43. Kars and our captivity in Russia
  44. Letters from Camp to His Relatives During the Siege of Sebastopol
  45. Letters from Head-quarters - or, the realities of the War in the Crimea vol.1
  46. Letters from Head-quarters - or, the realities of the War in the Crimea vol.2
  47. Letters from the army in the Crimea, written during the years 1854-56
  48. Letters from the Black Sea during the Crimean War, 1854-1855
  49. Letters written from the Crimea by Major Fiennes Cornwallis
  50. Letters written from Turkey and the Crimea, 1854
  51. Life and letters of the late Admiral Sir Bartholomew James Sulivan, K. C. B
  52. Life in the trenches before Sebastopol
  53. Life of Admiral Sir William Robert Mends, G. C. B
  54. Life of Vice-Admiral Edmund, lord Lyons. With an account of naval operations in the Black Sea and Sea of Azoff, 1854-56
  55. Life, letters and diaries of Lt.General Sir Gerald Graham
  56. Lord Wantage, V.C., K.C.B. a memoir
  57. Medals of the British Army - The Crimean campaign
  58. Medical despotism; or, Official injustice
  59. Memoir of Captain M.M. Hammond, rifle brigade, who fell in the siege of Sebastopol
  60. Mortality of the British army at home and abroad, and during the Russian war
  61. Narrative of a campaign in the Crimea
  62. Narrative of the defence of Kars 29th September, 1855
  63. Narrative of the defence of Kars, historical and military
  64. Narrative of the siege of Kars
  65. Naval power suppressed by the maritime states - Crimean war
  66. Notes on the late expedition against the Russian settlements in eastern Siberia 1856
  67. Notes on the surgery of the war in the Crimea
  68. Observations on the Turkish contingent, by a field officer of the force
  69. O'Byrne's naval annual for 1855
  70. Odessa and its inhabitants, by an English prisoner in Russia
  71. On Military and Camp Hospitals. And the Health of the Troops in the Field (French Army)
  72. On the conduct of the war in the East, the Crimean expedition
  73. Opening Address of Major-General Sir Richard Airey, K.C.B., Quartermaster General
  74. Our camp in Turkey and the way to it
  75. Our heroes of the Crimea - biogr. sketches of our military officers
  76. Our Veterans of 1854
  77. Passages in the life of a soldier, or, Military service in the east and west vol.1
  78. Passages in the life of a soldier, or, Military service in the east and west vol.2
  79. Pictorial history of the Russian War 1854-6
  80. Pictures from the battle fields
  81. Recollections of a military life
  82. Recollections of a young soldier during the Crimean War
  83. Recollections of the Crimean campaign and the expedition to Kinburn 1855
  84. Records of service and campaigning in many lands vol.2
  85. Reminiscences of an officer of Zouaves
  86. Reminiscences of military service with the 93rd Sutherland Highlanders
  87. Reminiscences of the Baltic fleet of 1855
  88. Reminiscences of the Crimean Campaign with the 55th Regiment
  89. Report of the Board of general officers
  90. Report of the secretary of war - US commission on Crimea
  91. Report on the art of war in Europe in 1854, 1855, and 1856.
  92. Russia and the War
  93. Russia on the Black Sea and Sea of Azof
  94. Russian sketches of the Crimean war
  95. Scenes in camp and field, sketches of the war in the Crimea
  96. Scutari the Bosphorus and the Crimea. Twenty four sketches vol.1
UPDATE JANUARY 2016
  1. A military tour in European Turkey, the Crimea, and on the Eastern shores of the Black sea vol.1
  2. A military tour in European Turkey, the Crimea, and on the Eastern shores of the Black sea vol.2
  3. A report on the sanitary condition of the Army particularly during the late war with Russia
  4. A Vindication of Maj-Gen., Earl Lucan
  5. Comforts for the Crimea or the Fourth Winter Book in Crochet and Knitting
  6. Experiences of an English Sister of Mercy
  7. Graves and epitaphs of our fallen heroes in the Crimea & Scutari
8. Medical history of the late war with Russia