Commando #4839: Eagles Of The Crimea

In the Mid-19th Century, Adam Carrick, an American war correspondent with English ancestry, was at the frontline of the Crimean War. As British forces clashed with Russian infantry and cavalry, the young journalist stumbled upon a fascinating story - a long-standing rivalry between two British officers, one from the artillery and the other from a special Royal Engineers detachment.

Adam even discovered some distant relatives of his own and soon became caught up in the fighting itself. Although a non-combatant, it soon became clear that the reporter would have to fight to survive.
Action/Adventure Military
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Page Count

67 Pages

Digital Release Date

September 2 2015

Age Rating

12+ Only

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