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Louis Edward Nolan an. .by Hubert Moyse-Bartlett. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Published 1971 by Leo Cooper in London. Bibliography: p. 253-264. 1/0924, B. Library of Congress.
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The recklessness of the British cavalry charge so amazed the Russians that Liprandi's immediate conclusion was that the Light Brigade must have been drunk.
As to what verbal instructions may have been added, there is no certainty, but one of the rumours which later arose (see H. Moyse-Bartlett's Louis Edward Nolan) was that Nolan had been told to tell Lucan to act on the defensive, but had passed on the vital word as offensive. The recklessness of the British cavalry charge so amazed the Russians that Liprandi's immediate conclusion was that the Light Brigade must have been drunk. See Cecil Woodham-Smith's The Reason Why, and Kinglake.
Louis Edward Nolan (4 January 1818 – 25 October 1854) was a British Army officer and cavalry tactician .
Louis Edward Nolan (4 January 1818 – 25 October 1854) was a British Army officer and cavalry tactician best known for his role in the Charge of the Light Brigade during the Crimean War. Born to a minor diplomatic official and his wife, Nolan was educated at the Austro-Hungarian Inhaber Pioneer School at Tulln, where he was noted as an enthusiastic horseman and military theorist. His confidential report from 1838 commended his "great zeal and application", and he was highly popular within the regiment, rising to become the senior lieutenant.