RMBF7WMG–Turkish troops embarking to fight in the Russo-Turkish war 1877-1878
RMD96CP0–Crimean War (Russo-Turkish War) 1853-1856: British Grenadier Guards departing from Trafalgar Square, London, 22 February 1854 on route for the Crimea. Hand-coloured engraving c1860.
RMTRAA8M–SIEGE OF PLAVA July-December 1877 in the Russo-Turkish War
RMCXP48T–Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878). St. Petersburg. Departure of Russian officers to Serbia as volunteers. Colored engraving.
RMCNWJPN–events, Russo-Turkish War (1877 1878), Turkish cavalrymen robbing a dead soldier on the battlefield, wood engraving, 19th century, historic, historical, Russo, Ottoman, stealing, plundering, thiefs, robbers, marauders, body-stripping, death, dead, 19th century, people, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RM2G95TB0–The destruction of the Turkish fleet in the Aegean sea by the Russians in the naval Battle of Chesme, 7th July, 1770, during the Russo-Turkish War (1768–1774).
RMEE8X7W–The Battle of Telish, 1877. Fight in Bulgaria during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878
RMCC24JP–Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878) Ottoman Turks or Turkish Soldiers Hang or Lynch Bulgarian Prisoners. Vintage Illustration or Engraving
RMPNY2HK–Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878). St. Petersburg. Departure of Russian officers to Serbia as volunteers in the army of General Tchernaieff. Engraving in 'The Spanish and American Illustration', 1877. Colored.
RMB0KHD8–Russian wounded leaving Plevna, Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878, (1900). Artist: Unknown
RFB7FX95–Storming of Ochakov
RMWA1HBY–135th Anniversary of end of the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878, Mikhail Skobelev (1843-1882), Russian general, postage stamp, Russia, USSR, 2013
RMDRJK2K–Memorial to the Russo-Turkish War - St Petersburg
RM2K2JTWY–Crimean (Russo-Turkish) War 1853-1856. Burning of the redout at Kale (Canakkale) at the mouth of the Dardanelles (the Hellespont). Hand-coloured lithograph published in Italy 1857.
RMHRMF43–After the attack. Plevna, 1877-1878 by Vasily Vereshchagin. Russo-Turkish War of 1877–1878
RMERGGDK–Russo - Turkish War: Seat of war in Armenia. Conflict between the Ottoman Empire and the Eastern Orthodox coalition led by the
RFFF0D5F–TURKEY Russo-Turkish War Gallipoli, Dardanelles 1878. The Pictorial World
RMP9TX5T–Russians crossing the Danube, battle of Simnitza, 26 June 1877, during the Russo-Turkish War
RFHWXEF0–Turkish outposts in war, The Russo-Turkish War of 1877 - 1878, reproduction of an image, woodcut from the year 1881, digital improved
RMG3AMDD–The Russo-Turkish War, 1877-78, map of the seat of war in Europe.
RMD95KD4–Crimean (Russo-Turkish) War 1853-1856: 'A Quiet Day in the Diamond Battery - portrait of a Lancaster 68-pounder'. From William Simpson 'Illustrations of the War in the East' London 1855-1856.
RMD1APAH–RUSSO-TURKISH WAR 1877-1878. Russian soldiers crossing the Balkans in winter
RMCPXBY0–Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878). Zimnitza. Military hospital for sick and wounded Russians.
RMAG21G2–events, Russo-Turkish War 1877 - 1878, the warring monarchs: Nicholas I of Montenegro, Sultan Abd ul Hamid II, Alexander II of Russia, Charles I Romania, Milan IV of Serbia, engraving, Oehmigke & Riemschneider, Neuruppin, 1878, Germany, Balkans, Ottoman Empire, 19th century, Russo Turkish, historic, historical, people,
RM2GNFKNE–A painting showing fighting during the Battle of Ivanovo-Chiflik during the Russo-Turkish War in 1877
RM2ET4HPX–The Battle of Rymnik. The engraving of the 18th century. The Battle of Rymnik (Turkish: Boze Savaşı) on September 22, 1789 took place in Wallachia, near Râmnicu Sărat (now in Romania), during the Russo-Turkish War of 1787-1792. The Russian general Alexander Suvorov, acting together with the Habsburg general Prince Josias of Coburg, attacked the main Ottoman army under Grand Vizier Cenaze Hasan Pasha. The result was a crushing Russo-Austrian victory.
RMD30W33–THE RUSSO-TURKISH WAR: CAPUT BOVIS AND THE JUNCTION OF THE SERETH WITH THE DANUBE
RMCC24N6–Ottoman defenders During the Siege of Plevna or Pleven (1877) during the Russo-Turkish War (1877-78). Vintage illustration or Engraving
RM2FKCM74–Russo-Turkish War (1877-78). Bulgaria's prisoners led by circassians to work on the fortificacion works. The Spanish and American Illustration, 1877.
RM2GWE77E–B&W Illustration: The Russians Crossing the Danube at Simnitza in what is now Veliko Tarnovo Province, Bulgaria: Russo-Turkish War, 26th June 1877
RF2A3RKN5–Cossacks in the battle with the Turkishoutposts in Morava during Russo-Turkish War of 1877–78.
RMDRETMP–Russo-Turkish War - King Carol I of Romania
RM2K2JTTJ–Crimean (Russo-Turkish) War 1853-1856. After the Battle of the Freat Redan(Sevastopol) after its fall on ll September 1855. Engraving after a photograph, 1855.
RMRNHY4E–Surrender of the fortress of Nikopol, July 4, 1877 - Russo-Turkish War - Nikolai Dmitriev-Orenburgsky, circa 1883
RMERGGGP–Russo - Turkish War: Seat of war in Armenia. Conflict between the Ottoman Empire and the Eastern Orthodox coalition led by the
RFFEYE5Y–TURKEY Russo-Turkish War Vourla Gulf of Smyrna 1878. Illustrated London News
RMPA4T07–Russian army under field marshal Gourko, crossing the Balkans, during the Russo-Turkish War 1877-78
RFHWXENX–Russian field lazarett at the fortress Kars, Turkey, The Russo-Turkish War of 1877 - 1878, reproduction of an image, woodcut from the year 1881, digital improved
RMG3AME8–The Russo-Turkish War, 1877-78, map of the seat of war in Armenia.
RMD95JJ2–Crimean (Russo-Turkish) War 1853-1856: Battle of Alma, 20 September 1854. 26,000 troops under Raglan, 24,000 French under St Arnaud. French command with advancing infantry. Lithograph published Paris c1860
RMR230YR–RUSSO-TURKISH WAR 1877-78. Russian forces on a pass in winter
RMCXP4HR–Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878). St. Petersburg. Departure of Russian officers to Serbia as volunteers. Engraving.
RMRYW0TK–events, Russo-Turkish War 1877 - 1878, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RF2EA6M7T–Cossacks in the battle with the Turkishoutposts in Morava during Russo-Turkish War of 1877–78.
RM2E3J8RH–Turkish camp during Russo-Turkish War 1877-1878. Engraving of 1878.
RMRYA067–The Russo-Turkish War: Caput Bovis and the Junction of the Sereth with the Danube
RME8F65X–Russian Ship at the entrance to the Bosphorus strait, after the Russo-Turkish war of 1877–1878. Artist: Lagorio, Lev Felixovich (1827-1905)
RM2FKCM7A–Russo-Turkish War (1877-78). Bulgaria's prisoners led by circassians to work on the fortificacion works. The Spanish and American Illustration, 1877.
RM2GWE77C–B&W Illustration: View in Constantinople; A Mosque on the Bosphorus; circa 1880 during the Russo-Turkish War
RMB8P2EG–Russians under gourko crossing balkans Russo-Turkish War 1877 78
RMKRD2WY–Two members of the Kurdish Militia relaxing during the Russo-Turkish war (April 24, 1877 March 3, 1878). Date: circa 1877
RM2K2JX1F–Crimean (Russo-Turkish) War 1853-1856. The British Coldstream Guards on the steamer 'The Orinoco' leaving Southampton, England. From 'The Illustrated London News' (London, 4 March 1854). Transport. Shipping. Military. Troop.
RMRKDTGJ–The Battle of Shipka Pass in August 1877, during the Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878).
RM2BWTH1N–Russian troops are concentrated in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878)
RFFF0CEH–TURKEY Russo-Turkish War Port Batoum, Surrended 1878. Illustrated London News
RMPA4PKD–Capture of the Turkish steamer Mercene by the Russia, 23 December 1877, during the Russo-Turkish War 1877-78
RFHWXEKT–Fire signals of the Turks on the banks of the Danube, The Russo-Turkish War of 1877 - 1878, reproduction of an image, woodcut from the year 1881, digital improved
RMGFWHFD–The fortress of Ochakov captured by the Russians during the Russo-Turkish War (1787–92).
RMD95M9N–Crimean (Russo-Turkish) War 1853-1856. Charge of the Light Brigade at Balaclava, 15 October, 1854. Lord Raglan gave order for the disastrous British charge. Immortalised in Tennyson's poem. Early 20th century colour-printed lithograph.
RMTRG21H–BATTLE OF PLAVA July-December 1877. Russian storm a Turkish battery
RMCPWJAD–Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878). Moldova. Russian Volunteers at the Paschkanyi station on his way to the line of the Danube.
RM2G3A54E–Russo-Turkish War of 1877 - 1878, Turkish cavalry with a captured Bulgar, 1877, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMPBB84R–The theater of the Russo-Turkish War. Poland, Turkey and Russia. Museum: Lunds universitetsbibliotek.
RM2GPHX2C–The Turkish government is in session after Russia has declared war. Engraving of 1877.
RMD30W3A–THE RUSSO-TURKISH WAR, THE KEY OF THE DARDANELLES: CHANAK KALESSI, ON THE ASIATIC SHORE
RMW7CBJE–Plan of the Kars Fortress.
RM2FKCM35–Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878). Conflict between Ottoman Empire and Eastern Orthodox Coalition. Matchin. Russian troops. Engraving, The Spanish and Ame
RF2A3RKR4–Russian-Turkish war of 1877-1878. Dervish-pasha (1817-96), Turkish general and diplomat.
RF2CTH3W1–Column of Glory in front of Holy Trinity Cathedral. Russo-Turkish War memorial column. St. Petersburg, Russia
RMKRD2WX–Russian Troops fire bayonettes from trenches during the Russo-Turkish war (April 24, 1877 March 3, 1878). Date: circa 1877
RM2K2JWYX–Crimean (Russo-Turkish) War 1853-1856. Grenadier Guards embarking on the steamer 'The Ripon' at Southampton, England, on their way to the Crimean War. From 'The Illustrated London News' (London, 4 March 1854). Transport. Shipping. Military. Troop.
RMRNHY3R–Fight near Ivanovo Chiflik on 2nd October 1877 (Russo-Turkish War) - Pavel Kovalevsky, 1877
RM2BTY3MW–Romanian troops at Galați, Romania, Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878)
RFFEYF13–TURKEY Russo-Turkish War Turkish Refugees, Istanbul 1878. Illustrated London News
RMKDDBGH–British fleet in the Dardanelles. The Mediterranean squadron transit of the Dardanelles straits on 14 February 1878. A show of force ordered by Disraeli, during the Russo-Turkish War 1877–1878
RFHWPE9Y–The battle of Pleven, Plewna, 1877, at the battle of Pleven during the Russo Turkish war the Russian and Romanian forces tried three times in vain to take the town, Reproduction of an original woodcut from the year 1882, digital improved
RMG3AMGC–The Russians crossing the River Danube at Simnitza, during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878.
RMD989MN–Russo-Turkish War 1877-1878: Turkihs forces under the command of Sulieman Pasha bivouacking in the Shipka Pass, August 1877, during the abortive Tgurish attempt to capture the pass from the Russians. Sulieman lost 10,000 men, about one quarter of his army. Chromolithograph
RMB6DP4E–BATTLE OF SILISTRA in 1878 between Russia and Turkey during their 1877-78 war
RM2H11EGB–Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878). Also called War of the East. Treaty of San Stefano. Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia (1831-1891) announcing to his troops that peace has been signed at San Stefano, March 3, 1878. Illustration by Vierge. Engraving. La Ilustracion Española y Americana, 1878.
RMT0K7GM–events, Russo-Turkish War 1877 - 1878, selling war telegraphs on Nevski Prospect, Saint Petersburg, wood engraving, May 1877, news, press, people, Russians, Russia, Russian Empire, Russo - Turkish War, 19th century, historic, historical, Balkan Crisis, Oriental Crisis, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2J07HHF–A military map depicting Russo-Turkish War of 1735-1739. Museum: PRIVATE COLLECTION. Author: ANONYMOUS.
RM2AB470F–Osman Pasha on the way from Pleven (Plevna). Engraving of the 19th century.
RMD30W2X–THE RUSSO-TURKISH WAR, THE KEY OF THE DARDANELLES: KILID BAHR, ON THE EUROPEAN SHORE
RMW7CD4K–The Battle of Cahul.
RMHN16RB–Trinity Cathedral and Column of Glory (replica 2004), St Petersburg, Russia. The column is a memorial for victory in the Russo-Turkish war of 1877-78.
RMDFCKNE–Russo-Turkish War (1877-78). Russian wounded Hospital. Nursing students of the faculty of St. Petersburg. Bukarest. Engraving.
RMDNN8W4–Image taken from page 400 of '[Cassell's Illustrated History of the Russo-Turkish War, etc.]'
RMKRD2XP–Four Russian heavily armed and bearded guides relaxing in a camp during the Russo-Turkish war (April 24, 1877 March 3, 1878). Date: circa 1877
RM2K2JX0J–Crimean (Russo-Turkish) War 1853-1856. Fireworks at Blackheath near London,England, celebrating the fall of Sebastopol (Sevastopol), 11 September 1855. From 'The Illustrated London News (London, 22 September 1855). Engraving. Victory. Celebration. Pyrotechnics.
RMRKDTGF–The signing of the Treaty of San Stefano. A treaty between Russia and the Ottoman Empire signed at the end of the Russo-Turkish War, 1877-78. It was signed on March 3, 1878
RM2BTY2PC–Russian military guard at the border near River Prut, Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878)
RFFF0D5C–RUSSIA Russo-Turkish War Russian Tsars HQ, Poradim 1878. The Pictorial World
RMPA4PM3–Meeting of Jingoes in Guildhall, London, England, 1878. War zealots, expressing support for the policy of Disraeli. British preparations for war, as the Russians marched on Constantinople
RFP08FHM–Rustchuk, the strongest turkish position on the danube, Bulgaria, Russo-Turkish War of 1787-1792, digital improved reproduction of an original print from the year 1881
RMBF7WMM–Plevna, now known as Pleven, Bulgaria. Recovering dead after Siege of Plevna, 1877, during Russo-Turkish war 1877 to 1878
RMD95RXY–Crimean (Russo-Turkish) War 1853-1856. The Battle of Alma, 20 September 1854: River Alma, centre of picture, with Russians in position on the far side; British attacking from centre and bottom left. The Allies (Britain, France and Turkey) defeated the Russians. Engraving c1860.
RM2ATPDH9–BATTLE OF PLEVNA 20 July-10 December 1877. The capture of the Grivitsa redoubt
RM2H0D0E0–Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878. Generals Ahmed Vefik Pasha and Reouf Pasha receive Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia (1831-1891) at the Dolmabahçe Palace, on March 26, 1878, to assist to the first meeting with the Sultan of Turkey Abdulhamid II (1842-1918). Engraving by Rico. La Ilustración Española y Americana, 1878.
RMRYJ9E6–events, Russo-Turkish War 1877 - 1878, Forth Battle of Pevna, 9.12.1877, parlamentrian on a bridge during combat, contemporary wood engraving, river vit, flag of truce, Pleven, Bulgaria, Balkans, Russia, Russian Empire, Ottoman Empire, Russo - Turkish War, historic, historical, 19th century, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
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