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Admiral Raby wins the Victoria Cross Featured 27 Sep 2011 Print

Admiral Raby wins the Victoria Cross

Commander Raby R.N., Boatswain's mate Henry Curtis and John Taylor (Captain Forecastle), win the Victoria Cross for their heroic rescue of a soldier of the 57th regiment, shot through both legs during the assault on Sebastopol on June 18th 1855. They managed to get the injured man to safety having crossed an open space under heavy fire for upwards of 70 yards. Date: 1855

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Bonsecours, France - Le Bourdon (heavy bell) Featured 27 Sep 2011 Print

Bonsecours, France - Le Bourdon (heavy bell)

Bonsecours, France - Le Bourdon (heavy bell) - The Big Leon is a drone, a big bell of over 6 tons melted in the workshops Drouot in Douai, in the North in 1892. It was originally to be placed in the steeple of the Basilica at Bonsecours, but was to heavy to be borne by the tower. It was therefore installed in front of the Basilica in a cage as can be seen on this postcard. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Kars, Turkey - View toward the fortress Featured 27 Sep 2011 Print

Kars, Turkey - View toward the fortress

View toward the fortress at Kars, Turkey. Originally an Armenian capital. Became part of the Ottoman Empire (captured in 1534), then surrendered in 1828 to the Russian General Count Ivan Paskevich. The Russians returned the city ot the Ottomans in return for a new border with Russia which lay far closer to Kars than had previously. Stromed again by the Russians during the Russo-Turkish War (1877-8). Up to 1881 more than 82, 000 Muslims migrated back to the Ottoman Empire of which 11, 000 left from Kars. Russia ceded Kars, Ardahan, and Batum to Ottoman Empire by treaty in 1918, however the city was under the effective control of Armenian and non-Bolshevik Russian forces. After a lot of fighting and argument, in 1919 Kars came under the full administration of the Armenian Republic. Finally captured by Turkish troops on October 30th 1920. The Russians kept on wanting to re-negotiate and bickering continued up to the 1990s. The famous Armenian archaeological site of Ani is close by. Date: circa 1904

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection