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" Inkermann admits of no description. It was a series of dreadful deeds of daring, of sanguinary hand-to-hand fights, of despairing rallies, of desperate assaults — in glens and valleys, in brushwood glades and remote dells, hidden from all human eyes,... "
The British Almanac - 234. oldal
1856
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Church of Scotland magazine and review, 4. kötet

Scotland Church of - 1855
...Inkerman, and to turn the British right. The battle raged. It became a series of daring encounters, of desperate assaults in glens and valleys, in brushwood glades and remote dells, from which the troops, after a trying encounter, emerged only to engage fresh foes, amidst vapours,...

England's battles by sea and land, from the commencement of the French ...

William Freke Williams - 1854
...us with incredible fury and determination. The battle of Inkermann admits of no description. It was a series of dreadful deeds of daring, of sanguinary...battalions of the czar gave way before our steady courage and the chivalrous fire of France. No one, however placed, could have witnessed even a small portion...

The New Monthly Magazine, 102. kötet

1854
...\vith incredible fury and determination. " The battle of Inkermann admits of no description. It was a series of dreadful deeds of daring, of sanguinary...from all human eyes, and from which the conquerors, Kussian or British, issued only to engage fresh foes, till our old supremacy, so rudely assailed, was...

The patriotic fund journal

Lloyd's patriotic fund - 1854
...imperishable renown. The battle of Inkermann, it has been justly observed, " admits of no description. It was a series of dreadful deeds of daring, of sanguinary...hand-to-hand fights, of despairing rallies, of desperate assanlts — in glens and vallies, in brushwood glades and remote dells, hidden from all human eyes,...

Europe and the Allies of the Past and of Today: With a Complete History of ...

1855
...British with incredible fury and determination." The battle of Inkerman admits of no description. It was a series of dreadful deeds of daring, of sanguinary...Russian or British, issued, only to engage fresh foes. It was essentially a struggle between pluck and confidence, against fearful odds and obstinate courage....

The Great Sieges of History

William Robson - 1855 - 627 oldal
...and all failed. " The Battle of Inkermann," says its historian, " admits of no description. It was a series of dreadful deeds of daring, of sanguinary...from all human eyes, and from which the conquerors, Eussian or British, issued only to engage fresh foes, till our old supremacy in the use of the bayonet,...

History of the War: Or, a Record of the Events, Political and Military ...

George Fowler - 1855 - 334 oldal
...battle of Inkermann was a series of dreadful deeds of daring and sanguinary hand-to-hand fights, and of desperate assaults in glens and valleys, in brushwood...dells, hidden from all human eyes, and from which the conqueror, Russian or British, issued only to engage fresh foes. The old supremacy of the British bayonet...

The Battles of the Crimea: Including an Historical Summary of the Russian ...

1855 - 113 oldal
...THE COMBATANTS. The battle of Inkermann, says another eye-witness, admits of no description. K was a series of dreadful deeds of daring, of sanguinary...of desperate assaults — in glens and valleys, in brushwood-glades and remote dells, hidden from all human eyes, and from which the conquerors, Russians...

THE AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY AND TRAVEL,CONFESSION ...

THOMAS H. PRESCOTT - 1856
...British with incredible fury and determination.' The battle of Inkerman admits of no description. It was a series of dreadful deeds of daring, of sanguinary...Russian or British, issued, only to engage fresh foes. No one, however placed, could have witnessed even a small portion of the doings of this eventful day,...

Our Children's Times, Or, Sketches of the Past and Present: From the French ...

1856 - 245 oldal
...charged with incredible fury and determination. The battle of Inkermann admits of no description. It was a series of dreadful deeds of daring, of sanguinary...despairing rallies, of desperate assaults, in glens, brush-wood glades, and dells, from which the conquerors, Russian or British, issued, only to engage...




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