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1st Life Guards, Trumpeter, 1828 (lithograph) Featured Edward (after) Hull Image

1st Life Guards, Trumpeter, 1828 (lithograph)

5929041 1st Life Guards, Trumpeter, 1828 (lithograph) by Hull, Edward (19th century) (after); National Army Museum, London; (add.info.: 1st Life Guards, Trumpeter, 1828.
One of 10 lithographs by M Gauci after E Hull, 1828. Published by Engelmann, Graf, Coindet and Company, 1828.
Being a trumpeter was not a purely ceremonial role. Commanders relied on musicians to communicate orders to their troops during combat so they always had a prominent role on the field of battle. On active service one trumpeter was allotted to each cavalry squadron in order to sound the calls issued by commanding officers. Different instructions had different calls.); A© National Army Museum ; English, out of copyright

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Bird's-Eye View of Buckingham and St James's Palaces, shewing the Procession passing along... (engraving) Featured Edward (after) Hull Image

Bird's-Eye View of Buckingham and St James's Palaces, shewing the Procession passing along... (engraving)

2771389 Bird's-Eye View of Buckingham and St James's Palaces, shewing the Procession passing along... (engraving) by Hull, Edward (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bird's-Eye View of Buckingham and St James's Palaces, shewing the Procession passing along the Mall of St James's Park. Illustration for The Illustrated Times, 30 January 1858.); Look and Learn / Illustrated Papers Collection; English, out of copyright

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Interior of the Redan, Sevastopol, 1855 (photo) Featured Edward (after) Hull Image

Interior of the Redan, Sevastopol, 1855 (photo)

5929113 Interior of the Redan, Sevastopol, 1855 (photo) by Robertson, James (1813-88); National Army Museum, London; (add.info.: Interior of the Redan, Sevastopol, 1855.
Photograph by James Robertson (1813-1888), Crimean War, 1855.
The Redan was one of the two main strong-points of SevastopolA's defences. During the siege of the town the British mounted two unsuccessful assaults upon this position. In their second assault on 8 September 1855 British troops succeeded in breaching the fortifications. However, they became pinned down by Russians firing from a barricade to the rear of the Redan and by refusing to advance further were forced into ignominious retreat. This picture graphically illustrates the ferocity of the fighting that took place here.
One of 19 photographs, Crimean War, 1855 and Malta, 1856.); A© National Army Museum ; British, out of copyright

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