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Crimean War

Anaesthetics in the Crimean War

British and Russian use of Chloroform from 1853 to 1856.

The Crimean War: The Power of Technology

From 1853 to 1856, three of Europe‚Äôs great powers reengaged in war after more than thirty years of peace. The Crimean War, triggered by a series of disputes over who had authority over the Holy Land, was the result of… Continue Reading →

The Railway That Won A War

A review of Brian Cooke’s, The Grand Central Crimean Railway (Knutsford, 1990)

The Truth Behind The Myth

A review of Clive Ponting’s, The Crimean War: The Truth Behind the Myth (London, 2004)

The Crimean War as a Technical Enterprise

A review of Yakup Bektas’, ‘The Crimean War as a Technical Enterprise’, The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science, 3 (2017)

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