Inkerman


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Inkerman

(ˈɪŋkəmən; Russian inkɪrˈman)
n
(Placename) a village in S Crimea, east of Sevastopol: scene of a battle during the Crimean War in which British and French forces defeated the Russians (1854)
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The Redan was within rifle- shot of the Malakoff; Inkerman was a mile away; and Balaklava removed but an hour's ride.
They brought them from the Malakoff, from the Redan, Inkerman, Balaklava--every where.
Several officers from the Inkerman barracks had been on the common earlier in the day, and one, Major Eden, was reported to be missing.
The third match of the night was an all Second Division clash between Willie Cree and John Hurrell of Court Bar B and current Second Division doubles champions, George Downie and Don Alexander from Inkerman Bowling Club.
Llanelliofficers tweeted a picture of the cannabis plants as they wrote "Positive drug warrant at Inkerman Street tonight #illegaldrugs".
A number of VCs were awarded for the Battle of Inkerman, but the location of two of those medals are recorded as unknown.
The Battle of Inkerman in 1854 A VICTORIA Cross found on the River Thames foreshore may have been won by a soldier from a North East regiment.
1854: The combined British and French armies defeated the Russians at the Battle of Inkerman in the Crimean War.
1916: It was reported that Pts Thomas Milnes from Inkerman Farm in Denby Dale had been killed in action.
During which war did the Battle of Inkerman take place?
Carole's |Spirit, ridden by Noel Fehily, wins the Inkerman EBF Mares' Novices' Hurdle at Newbury in 2013.