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Seacoast fortifications of the United States

Emanuel Raymond Lewis

Seacoast fortifications of the United States

by Emanuel Raymond Lewis

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Published by Presidio Press in California .
Written in English


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Pagination145 p.
Number of Pages145
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Open LibraryOL24714909M

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Seacoast defense was a major concern for the United States from its independence until World War airplanes, many of America's enemies could only reach it from the sea, making coastal forts an economical alternative to standing armies or a large the s, it was recognized that fixed fortifications were obsolete and ineffective against aircraft and missiles.

The only work available on the history of U.S. coastal defenses, including their armament and architecture. It will appeal to fort visitors and naval history buffs as well as to those interested in artillery and military architecture. rows  These were the largest masonry forts built by the United States, with many designed by US.

CDSG Press Book Reprints Permanent Fortifications and Sea-Coast Defenses Congressional Report No. 62, U.S. House of Rep. () Report of the Committee on Military Affairs The U.S. Army's Engineer Department constructed "Third System" coastal fortifications from the post War of.

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Full text of "Seacoast fortifications preservation manual: Golden Gate National Recreation Area." See other formats. United States -- Fortifications Filed under: Fortification -- United States Letter to the Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War, Presenting for His Consideration a New Plan for the Fortification of Certain Points of the Seacoast of the United States (Washington: W.

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