casemates

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  • This allowed a wide field of fire and good protection without the negative points of casemates.
  • The Union Army used three smaller casemates to hold political prisoners during the same period.
  • I suppose he walks up and down the whole length of the six casemates. Cited from With Frederick the Great, A Story of the Seven Years' War, by G.A. Henty
  • As many as five artillery casemates were planned, but only three were built.
  • Instead, they were mounted in casemates in eight groups of three guns.
  • A project to link the casemates to the central block was never started.
  • The dead bodies that filled the casemates were added to the mass, and fire was set to the whole. Cited from Montcalm and Wolfe, by Francis Parkman
  • The rebels built eleven casemates, and our forces have built two more since they have occupied the fort.
  • The southern section around Pontarlier consisted of three completed of six casemates proposed.
  • Two additional 105mm casemates, each with their own magazine, were planned but never built.
  • Each of these had two guns in casemates located on Ford Island.
  • The two casemates flank the main block a few hundred meters to either side.
  • On both sides of the passage three casemates are located, so the gate in total has seven openings.
  • On this the orders of each of the casemates must be put down separately. Cited from With Frederick the Great, A Story of the Seven Years' War, by G.A. Henty
  • Her eight gun were mounted in casemates on the sides of the ship's hull.
  • In some cases, entirely new concrete casemates were built, leaving the stone casemates alone.
  • Two casemates in the main fort were planned to provide indirect fire.
  • Sixteen of these were mounted in individual casemates below the main deck.
  • Her eight guns were mounted in casemates on the sides of the ship's hull.
  • By evening third-line casemates in the central portion of the front were being captured or were surrendering.
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