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William S. Curtis
16 March 2012, 9.25am

Todleben's engineering genius

Todleben's engineering genius in the construction and maintenance of the Sevastopol defences altered the course of static warfare.
Bill Curtis, Vice President, The Crimean War Research Society.

Rihards
15 March 2016, 4.22pm

Wow! Never knew that British

Wow! Never knew that British war museum would write about one of my relatives. Now, I think, there are no Baltic Germans in Totleben family, last name is all that is left.

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