About the Image
BAL329137 The Alexander battery attacking the English-French fleet on October 5th 1854, 1905 (oil on canvas) by Roubaud, Franz (1856-1928); State Central Navy Museum, St. Petersburg; (add. info.: During the Crimean War (1853-1856), the English and French allies attacked the Sebastopol harbour; though greatly outnumbered, the Russian batteries overwhelmed the allied fleet, forcing them to give up); Russian, out of copyright
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