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The North Side of the Harbour at Sebastopol, 22 June 1855
'The North Side of the Harbour at Sebastopol, 22 June 1855'; showing three soldiers with firearms in a defensive position above the harbour. Sebastopol, Ukraine, was defended by Russian forces in the Crimean War until August 1855, when she fell to the allied troops. The harbour's open north side was an important route for Russian supplies and troops to reach the army base at Simpheropol.
- Image ref: 1239722
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)