This map is taken from Christopher Hibbert's The Destruction of Lord Raglan (Longmans 1961) with the author's kind permission. Copyright, of course, remains with Dr. Hibbert.
This image was converted to electronic format by Alvin Wee of the University Scholar's Programme and was added by Marjie Bloy Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow, National University of Singapore.
Accounts of the Battle of the Alma
- An Officer of the Coldstream Guards
- Lieutenant-Colonel Calthorpe's account
- Timothy Gowing's account
- Lord George Paget's account
- WP Richards' account
- Charles Usher's account
- Overhead view of Sebastopol and Todleben’s earth fortifications – the closed redoubt is the Malakoff, the open one is the Redan
- The battlefield of Inkerman
- Distant view of the Chersonese peninsula and Sebastopol, looking west. The inlet on left is Balaclava harbor
- Another view of the Chersonese. To the right of the road is the North Valley, where the Charge of the Light Brigade took place
Last modified 21 May 2002