Even now more than 150 years after his reporting from the crimea readers will find russells graphic descriptions to be extraordinarily modern among the dispatches reproduced for the book are russells eyewitness accounts of the battles of the alma inkerman balaklava and the tchernaya and the carnage at the malakoff and the redan. William howard russells uncompromising dispatches from the crimea to the london times collected in this book revolutionized war reporting and the publics perception of warnever before had britons on the home front been exposed to the grim realities of remote battlefields and they were shocked and outraged by what they read. Despatches from the crimea william howard russell sir home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create lists bibliographies and reviews or search worldcat find items in libraries near you . William russell was the most famous war correspondent of all time and his pioneering despatches from the crimea to his newspaper the times were hugely influential both in the way the war was seen and fought and in the future of war reporting more generally. Despatches from the crimea has 3 ratings and 2 reviews aussie rick said overall this was a decent first hand account of the british army in crimean c
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