History Crimean - How was the war remembered?

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How was the Crimean war remembered?

-The Crimean war was the only war thought by Britain between 1815 and 1914.

-It was a war renowned for military incompetence and administrative muddle.

- It was a war in which the Stoic (brave & uncomplaining) suffering of the original British soldier stood out - In stark contrast to the dash, bravado and sheer stupidity of their commanders. 

- It was the last war in which wives were allowed to accompany their husbands.

-It was a war in which the heroism and recklessness of the charge of the

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