By Angus Konstam
The 50 years earlier than the yank Civil struggle observed a increase within the development of coastal forts within the country. those stone and brick forts stretched from New England to the Florida Keys, and so far as the Mississippi River. at the beginning of the battle a few have been positioned within the secessionist states, and lots of fell into accomplice arms. even supposing a handful of key websites remained in Union arms through the conflict, the remaining needed to be gained again via bombardment or attack. This e-book examines the layout, building and operational heritage of these fortifications, reminiscent of citadel Sumter, castle Morgan and citadel Pulaski, which performed a vital half through the Civil warfare.
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