Ironclad: the Monitor and the Merrimack
With a novelist's eye and the historian's devotion to research, Arthur Mokin recreates the early years of the Civil War, immersing the reader in this place and time. Readers will witness the birth of technology that revolutionized navies around the world--proven in the historic battle of the Merrimack and the Monitor. Ironclad is immensely readable--popular history at its best.
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Monitor: The Story of the Legendary Civil War Ironclad and the Man Whose ...
James T. De Kay
No preview available - 1997
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