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Emil Schalk, A. O., The Art of War written expressly for and dedicated to the U.S. Volunteer Army. 4 0 Browse Search
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of Sulliman Pacha6000 French.--Division of General Bosquet6750 Division of General Canrobert6750 Division of Prince Napoleon6750 Division of General Forey6750 English.--Division of Sir Lacy Evans5250 Division of Brown5250 Division of Richard England5250 Division of the Guards5250 Division of Cathcart5250 Division of Cavalry800 Total61,000 With 136 guns, consisting principally of 9 and 12 pounders. The Russian army consisted of-- Infantry30,000 Cavalry3000 Artillery2000 as follows:-- Right wing--General Bosquet, Sulliman Pacha. Center--General Canrobert, Prince Napoleon. As reserve--General Forey. Left wing--the whole English army. In first line--Sir Lacy Evans and Brown. In second line — Richard England and Guards. In reserve — Cathcart and Cavalry. The Russian army had taken a defensive position on the heights of the left bank of the Alma. (See plan.) The allies, after having reconnoitered this position, decided to attack it on the