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by Hamilton, Adams
Written in English
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Preface. The outbreak of the late disastrous war between Russia and Turkey found the latter power but ill-prepared for the struggle, and it speaks much for the bravery and devotion of the Turkish soldiers, that, despite bad generalship and adverse circumstances of every kind, they were able so long to keep at bay the more fortunately placed Muscovite legions.
We who. Under the Red Crescent AMBULANCE ADVENTURES in RUSSO-TURKISH WAR Balkans. £ THE PRELIMINARIES TO THE RUSSO-TURKISH WAR. These facts may explain many of the adventures narrated in this book which would be inexplicable to critics accustomed to the rigid discipline under which medical officers do their work in other European.
UNDER THE RED CRESCENT: ADVENTURES OF AN ENGLISH SURGEON WITH THE TURKISH ARMY AT PLEVNA AND ERZEROUM, related by CHARLES S. RYAN, M.B., C.M. Edin., in association with his friend JOHN SANDES, B.
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The book was published as a keepsake for friends, as was also true of the author’s later book, An Alpine Tour up Mt. Jungfrau (). Under the Red Crescent: or. Later he was to write of his experiences inUnder the Red Crescent (London, ). at Plevna and Erzeroum, Plevna itself lay, as it were, in the "frog" of the foot, the nearest earthworks on either side being the Bukova redoubts on the north, and a double redoubt facing the "Green Hills" and dominating a long stretch of sloping vineyard on the south.
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‘Under the Red Crescent, or, Ambulance Adventures in the Russo-Turkish War of ‘ is a book by R B Macpherson, one of the doctors sent out by the Stafford House Commitee.
As the title suggests, it is more of a travel journal than a war report, with some beautiful. Antique Russo-turkish War Brass Flag Pole Topper Tip Alexander Ii.
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Full text of "Czar and sultan: the adventures of a British lad in the Russo-Turkish war of " See other formats. By mid he had served in the final stages of the Turko-Servian war and then in the Russo-Turkish campaign of He spent more than four months in the siege of Plevna, which led to his nickname ‘Plevna’, and finally at Erzeroum in Eastern Turkey, after the fall of which he became a Russian prisoner of war.
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I soon had a small military library which invested. Under the red crescent: or, ambulance adventures in the Russo-Turkish war of London: Hamilton, Adams & Co.; Edinburgh and Glasgow: John Menzies & Co., pp. Like the preceding work by Herbert, this account by a Scottish surgeon with the Turkish army is obviously not russocentric but included to give a more rounded picture of Author: Anthony Cross.
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Date first posted: Nov. 27, Date last updated: Nov. 27, Faded Page eBook #Under the red crescent: or, ambulance adventures in the Russo-Turkish war of London: Hamilton, Adams & Co.; Edinburgh and Glasgow: John Menzies & Co., pp.
Like the preceding work by Herbert, this account by a Scottish surgeon with the Turkish army is obviously not russocentric but included to give a more rounded picture of.