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The Charge of the Light Brigade: Raglan again

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they would be supported by Infantry;" not that they were to support the Infantry, and so little had he sought to do as he had been directed, that he had no men in advance of his main body; made no attempt to regain the heights, and was so little informed of the position of the Enemy, that he asked Captain Nolan, "where and what he was to attack, as neither Enemy nor Guns were in sight."

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