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The Charge of the Light Brigade: according to Raglan

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a battery which was firing upon the advancing squadrons, and having passed beyond it, engaged the Russian Cavalry in its rear; but there, his Troops were assailed by Artillery and Infantry as well as Cavalry, and necessarily retired, after having committed much havoc upon the Enemy. They effected this movement without haste or confusion, but the loss they have sustained has, I deeply lament, been very severe in Officers, Men, and horses, only counterbalanced by the brilliancy

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