Remembering the Charge of the Light Brigade: Its Commemoration, War Memorials and Memory

@article{Hughes2008RememberingTC,
  title={Remembering the Charge of the Light Brigade: Its Commemoration, War Memorials and Memory},
  author={Gavin Hughes and Jonathan Trigg},
  journal={Journal of Conflict Archaeology},
  year={2008},
  volume={4},
  pages={39 - 58}
}
  • G. Hughes, J. Trigg
  • Published 1 February 2008
  • Sociology, History
  • Journal of Conflict Archaeology
Abstract This paper takes a broad approach to the British and Irish commemoration of the Charge of the Light Brigade (CLB), by assessing the contemporary documentary and memorial evidence and providing useful case-studies for further research. It builds upon the 1858 study by Captains Colbourne and Brine on Balaklava memorials and cemeteries by including an appreciation of those memorials and graves in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. In contrast to Colbourne and Brine's purpose… 
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