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By V. A. Stuart

Because the Russian cavalry prepares to release a full-scale assault to grab Balaclava, the British locate themselves in determined straits. Dangerously outnumbered, they're hoping for reinforcements, yet meanwhile they need to carry their flooring, calling for heroism that may attempt the braveness of even the bravest guy. Dodging bursting shells and Russian Cossacks, probability proves that the bluejackets struggle to boot on land as they do at sea.

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