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Raglan had 25,000 troops and the French some 40,000. The Battle of Inkerman Battle of Inkerman: November 1854 Key date Early on 5 November the Russians launched an attack on Inkerman Ridge. Their moves were hidden, first by rain and then by fog. The fighting quickly broke up into a series of isolated encounters which were impossible to direct or co-ordinate. All over the battlefield, The Crimean War 1854–6 | 35 small units of British infantry took on much larger numbers of Russian troops. , as the mist began to clear, it seemed that the Russians were certain to drive back the British forces.

Raglan listened with his customary politeness to St Arnaud’s impassioned arguments. Privately he considered the French commander had underestimated Russian strength but not wishing to cause an unseemly altercation, he assured St Arnaud that he could rely on the ‘vigorous co-operation’ of the British army. , the British advance began. Coming under artillery fire, the troops halted and lay patiently for 90 minutes, waiting to see how the French attack developed. French troops scaled the West Cliff but lacked sufficient strength to roll up the Russian left.

The problem of supply On 13 November, James Filder, the Commissary-General, wrote to the Treasury that: I am full of apprehension as to our power of keeping this army supplied during the coming winter … In this crowded little harbour [Balaclava] only a proportion of our vessels can be admitted at a time … With all the siege and other stores which are being disembarked, we can do little more than land sufficient supplies to keep pace with the daily consumption of the troops; and to add to our difficulties, the road from the harbour to the camp, not being a made one, is impassable after heavy rains; our obstacles in these respects will increase as the winter comes.

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