By Ron Field
The yank Civil struggle observed a major improvement within the use of box fortifications, the results of the sensible program of antebellum West-Point educating, and the lethal impression of rifled infantry guns and artillery. either the Federal and accomplice armies started to boost way more subtle structures of box fortification, and the bigger box works and fortifications surrounding Washington, DC and Richmond, VA have been redesigned and rebuilt a number of instances. This quantity explores the position of land and box fortifications within the japanese and overland campaigns of the Civil struggle among 1861 and 1865. specific awareness is dedicated to the nine-month siege of Petersburg, the place lifestyle in the redoubts, lunettes, redans, bomb-proofs, trenches and rifle pits is vividly defined.
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American Civil War Fortifications Land and Field Fortifications by Ron Field