The Destruction of Lord Raglan, by Christopher Hibbert
The Destruction of Lord Raglan, A tragedy of the Crimean War
In March 1854, England declared war on Russia. A few weeks later “the finest army that ever left these shores” sailed from Portsmouth, gloriously clothed, splendidly confident – and was destroyed. Using Lord Raglan’s private and military papers, he author presents an authentic picture of this terrible war.
Hardback with dust jacket in good condition. Front endpaper inscribed, ‘To Paul and Diana from us both. London, 17.10.1962.’
B&W photos and illustrations
155 mm x 230 mm (6 in x 9 in)
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|Dimensions||30 × 20 × 3 cm|