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The Fortress Ring - A collection of sites dedicated to military fortification in the period 1450 to 1950. Individual sites are concerned eit

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The Fortress Ring

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A collection of sites dedicated to military fortification in the period 1450 to 1950. Individual sites are concerned either with a single fortification, fortress systems [Maginot Line etc.], famous engineers, siege warfare, or the theory of fortress design and armament. Ring sites come in various languages, but all are well illustrated. So that, even without understanding the text, each site is well worth a visit.
 

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   Fort Lytton Interactive Photo Tour Preview Go
This site is a photo of Fort Lytton, which was constructed in 1880 to protect the fledgling city of Brisbane from river attack. It operated for approximately 60 years, being decomissioned at the end of world war II.
   The Marshal Vauban Website Preview Go
A site devoted to the life and works of Marshal Vauban. He was the greatest builder and conqueror of fortresses the world has known. A genius in many fields, he served Louis XIV as a soldier, engineer and military architect, and was instrumental in shaping France's borders and her destiny. This site details his life and times and contains numerous images of his works. A must
   The Maginot Line Preview Go
History of the Maginot Line, from conception to development and construction. Includes photos and diagrams.


   Center of Fort Preservation and Tourism Preview Go
This site contains links to other sites of interest to fortification buffs. It hopes to eventually become a full service information resource to those interested in preserving historic forts.
   Bunker Pictures Preview Go
Pictures, locations, information about bunkers from WW2, The Atlantikwall and the Cold War.






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