Published August 15, 2006
by Shire Publications .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
Much has been written about the decline and fall of the feudal fortress: much less has been written about the British fortifications that were built in the age of artillery. From the early and dangerous days of gunpowder to the threat of nuclear annihilation the state has responded to the threat of invasion or attack by building strongholds. Discover the best Fortification books and audiobooks. Learn from Fortification experts like Paddy Griffith and Harry Turtledove. Read Fortification books like Fortifications of the Western Front –18 and Fort Pillow with a free trial. Discovering fortifications: from the Tudors to the Cold War Discovering medieval houses in England and Wales Discovering churches and churchyards: a guide to the architecture of English parish churches from Anglo-Saxon times to - Mark Child Discovering words Discovering the folklore and traditions of marriage. Discovering the Fort Fuentes Paperback () The book is in VERY GOOD shape and illustrated with many photos, drawings, plans and maps, mostly in colour. € 1 copy. In shopping cart Artillerists and Engineers - The Beginnings of American Seacoast Fortifications Wade, Arthur P. English, Divers () The book describes.
Field Armies and Fortifications covers events in western Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina, areas that some historians would have omitted from a book on the Eastern theater. Hess gives Rich Mountain, New Berne, Suffolk, Battery Wagner and other actions the attention they merit. DetailsBy the end of the 15th century, following the introduction of gunpowder and the cannon, it was clear that fortresses would need to be built very differently to withstand the assault of artillery. This review of the evolution of fortifications in Britain charts developments from Henry VIII's castles to the pillboxes of the s and the underground bunkers of the nuclear age. Guide de découverte des Fortifications de l'Ile de Ré du Moyen Age au Mur de l'Atlantique: Author: Mengus, Nicolas: Languages: French: Subject: Fortification in general: Period: Middle Ages to 20th century: Location: Ile de Ré, France: Categories: Photobooks, Textual books, Drawings, Plans and maps. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.
Reading Time: 6 minutes by Alessandra Ressa Emil line has been standing in solitary confinement near the train station of Villa Opicina for seventy-seven years, hidden from the historical and social changes that have affected this particular side of the world. The fortified line of German bunkers, which formed the so-called “Emil line”, has completely fallen into oblivion soon after [ ]. The book is about the British fortifications that were built in Malta during the Napoleonic Wars. Another outstanding extensively researched work from Stephen Spiteri. A very difficult book to find, especially in this condition, and with it's original shipping box. The Device Forts, also known as Henrician castles and blockhouses, were a series of artillery fortifications built to defend the coast of England and Wales by Henry VIII. Traditionally, the Crown had left coastal defences in the hands of local lords and communities but the threat of French and Spanish invasion led the King to issue an order, called a "device", for a major programme of work. In this In4 video segment, Historian Garry Adelman explains the various types of fortifications used by both sides during the Civil War. This video is part of the Civil War Trust's In4 video series, which presents short videos on basic Civil War topics.