The Emperors Library

Crimean War Book Collection Volume 2

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Our second 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 1853-56 BOOK COLLECTION VOLUME 2

  1. Scutari the Bosphorus and the Crimea. Twenty four sketches vol.2
  2. Scutari and Its Hospitals
  3. Sebastopol trenches and five months in them
  4. Sevastopol - our tent in the Crimea and wanderings in Sevastopol
  5. Seventy-one years of a guardsman's life
  6. Shells and shell-guns
  7. Short Sketch of the Life of Sergeant-Major J. I. Nunnerley
  8. Siege of Bomarsund, 1854 Journal of operations of the artillery and engineers
  9. Siege of Sebastopol, 1854-5. An account of the artillery operations
  10. Siege of Sebastopol, 1854-5. Journal of the operations conducted by the Corps of royal Engineers
  11. Six months at Sebastopol, from the journal and correspondence of Major Ranken RE
  12. Sketches of the War Being a Second Series of Letters
  13. Soldiering in sunshine and storm - Crimea + India
  14. Soyer's culinary campaign being historical reminiscences of the late war - with the plain art of cookery for military and civil institutions
  15. St. Petersburg and London in the years 1852-64 vol.1
  16. Stirring incidents in the life of a British soldier - an autobiography
  17. Tales of army life - Tolstoi in the Crimean war
  18. The 95th (The Derbyshire) Regiment in the Crimea
  19. The Armies of Europe
  20. The autobiography of Elizabeth Davis, a Balaclava nurse
  21. The autobiography of William Simpson, R. I. (Crimean Simpson)
  22. The Baltic, 1854. The Crimea, 1854-1855 - by Duke of Grafton
  23. The battle of Alma, and its incidents, by an officer
  24. The battles of the Crimea
  25. The British expedition to the Crimea
  26. The camp and the cutter or a Cruise to the Crimea
  27. The campaign in the Crimea - an historical sketch vol.1
  28. The campaign in the Crimea - an historical sketch vol.2
  29. The Coldstream Guards in the Crimea
  30. The Congress and Treaty of Paris, 1856
  31. The Crimea in 1854, and 1894
  32. The Crimean campaign with The Connaught Rangers, 1854-6
  33. The Crimean Commission and the Chelsea Board
  34. The Crimean diary and letters of Lieut.-General Sir Charles Ash Windham
  35. The Crimean enterprise
  36. The Crimean expedition, to the capture of Sebastopol vol.1
  37. The Crimean expedition, to the capture of Sebastopol vol.2
  38. The Crimean war from first to last
  39. The English prisoners in Russia a personal narrative of the First Lieutenant of H.M.S. Tiger
  40. The Great War with Russia. The Invasion of the Crimea - a Personal Retrospect of the Battles
  41. The history of the Baltic campaign of 1854
  42. The history of the war against Russia vol.1
  43. The history of the war against Russia vol.2
  44. The history of the war against Russia vol.3
  45. The history of the war against Russia vol.4
  46. The history of the war against Russia vol.5
  47. The history of the war against Russia vol.6
  48. The history of the war against Russia vol.7
  49. The history of the war against Russia vol.8
  50. The history of the war with Russia - giving full details of the operations of the allied armies vol.1
  51. The history of the war with Russia - giving full details of the operations of the allied armies vol.2
  52. The Invasion of the Crimea From the morrow of Inkerman to fall of Canrobert
  53. The invasion of the Crimea, its origin, and an account of its progress down to the death of Lord Raglan vol.1
  54. The invasion of the Crimea, its origin, and an account of its progress down to the death of Lord Raglan vol.2
  55. The invasion of the Crimea, its origin, and an account of its progress down to the death of Lord Raglan vol.3
  56. The invasion of the Crimea, its origin, and an account of its progress down to the death of Lord Raglan vol.4
  57. The invasion of the Crimea, its origin, and an account of its progress down to the death of Lord Raglan vol.5
  58. The invasion of the Crimea, its origin, and an account of its progress down to the death of Lord Raglan vol.6
  59. The invasion of the Crimea, its origin, and an account of its progress down to the death of Lord Raglan vol.7
  60. The invasion of the Crimea, its origin, and an account of its progress down to the death of Lord Raglan vol.8
  61. The invasion of the Crimea, its origin, and an account of its progress down to the death of Lord Raglan vol.9
  62. The Life and Letters of Sir John Hall
  63. The life of Arthur Vandeleur, Major, Royal Artillery
  64. The life of James O'Malley late of the 17th Leicester Royal Bengal Tigers
  65. The military opinions of General Sir John Fox Burgoyne
  66. The Neighbours of Russia And History of the Present War to the Siege of Sebastopol
  67. The Panmure papers vol.1
  68. The Panmure papers vol.2
  69. The past campaign a sketch of the war in the East, from the departure of Lord Raglan to the capture of Sevastopol vol.1
  70. The past campaign a sketch of the war in the East, from the departure of Lord Raglan to the capture of Sevastopol vol.2
  71. The powers of Europe and fall of Sebastopol
  72. The Russian account of the Battle of Inkerman
  73. The Russian Empire, Its People, Institutions and Resources, Volume 1
  74. The Russian Empire, Its People, Institutions and Resources, Volume 2
  75. The sanitary contrasts of the British and French armies during the Crimean war
  76. The seat of war in the East, from eighty-one drawings made during the war in the Crimea
  77. THE SESSIONAL PAPERS PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS vol.17
  78. The story of a soldiers life, Viscount Wolseley, Vol.1
  79. The Story of the Campaign of Sebastopol
  80. The Story of the Campaign. A Complete Narrative of the War in Southern Russia
  81. The story of the Highland Brigade in the Crimea
  82. The Trans-Caucasian campaign of the Turkish army under Omer Pasha - a personal narrative
  83. The unholy alliance; an American view of the war in the East
  84. The war – vol.1
  85. The war – vol.2
  86. The war in the Crimea, by General Sir Edward Hamley, K. C. B
  87. The war in the East from 1853 till July 1855 an historico-critical sketch of the campaigns on the Danube, in Asia, and in the Crimea
  88. The Wonderful Adventures of Mrs Seacole in Many Lands
  89. Turkey and the Crimea in 1855 vol.1
  90. Turkey and the Crimea in 1855 vol.2
  91. Turkey and the Crimean war - a narrative of historical events
  92. Twelve months with the Bashi-Bazouks
  93. Twelve Years of a Soldier's Life, from the Letters of Major W.T. Johnson – Crimea
  94. Two Summer Cruises with the Baltic Fleet in 1854-5
  95. Whom shall we hang? The Sebastopol inquiry
  96. With Lord Stratford in the Crimean war
UPDATE JANUARY 2016
  1. On the sickness and mortality in the French Army, during the campaign in Turkey and the Crimea, in 1854-56
  2. Personnel and materiel of the medical department of the army of 30,000 men ordered to Turkey under the command of Lord Raglan
  3. Recollections of a Zouave before Sebastopol
  4. Report on the cholera which visited Her Majesty's Black Sea Fleet in the autumn of 1854
  5. The British expedition to the Crimea – Maps
  6. The Crimean War the British Army and Miss Nightingale
  7. The hygiène of the Turkish army
8. The Pacific and the Amoor. Naval, military, and diplomatic operations from 1855-61