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Naval Institute Proceedings - Page 654
by United States Naval Institute - 1901
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Permanent Fortifications and Sea-coast Defences: To Accompany Bill H.R. 416 ...

Fortification - 1862 - 528 pages
...Fortifications must close all important harbors against an enemy, and secure them to our military and commercial marine. Second, must deprive an enemy of all strong...protected by naval superiority, he might fix permanent quartcre in our territory, maintain himself during the war, and keep the whole frontier in perpetual...
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The National Quarterly Review, Volume 6

Edward Isidore Sears, David Allyn Gorton, Charles H. Woodman - 1863
...the Board were as follows: "2. To deprive an enemy of strong positions, where, protected by his navtd superiority, he might fix permanent quarters in our territory, maintain himself during Ike war, and keep the wholefrontier in perpetual alarm. "1. To close important harbors to an enemy,...
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Biographical Memoirs, Volume 1

National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) - Scientists - 1877
..."Fortifications must close all important harbors against an enemy, and secure them to our military and commercial marine ; second, must deprive an enemy of all strong...fourth, must prevent as far as practicable the great avenues of interior navigation from being blockaded at their entrances into the ocean ; fifth, must...
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Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Volume 18

1880
...Fortifications must close all important harbors against an enemy, and secure them to our military and commercial marine; second, must deprive an enemy of all strong...positions where, protected by naval superiority, he m ghtfix permanent quarters in our territory, maintain himself during the war, and keep the whole frontier...
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Attack and Defence of Coast Fortifications

Edward Maguire - Coast defenses - 1884 - 124 pages
...must close all our important harbors against an enemy, and secure them to our military and commercial marine; second, must deprive an enemy of all strong...fourth, must prevent, as far as practicable, the great avenues of interior navigation from being blockaded at their entrances into the ocean; fifth, must...
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Our Sea-coast Defences

Eugene Griffin - Coast defenses - 1885 - 62 pages
...all important harbors against an enemy and secure them to our military and commercial marine. " 2d. Deprive an enemy of all strong positions where, protected...war, and keep the whole frontier in perpetual alarm. " 3d. Cover the great cities from attack. "4th. Prevent, as far as practicable, the great avenues of...
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Occasional Papers ..., Issues 1-19

U.S. Army Engineer School - 1905
..."Fortifications must close all important harbors against an enemy, and secure them to our military and commercial marine; second, must deprive an enemy of all strong...fourth, must prevent as far as practicable the great avenues of interior navigation from being blockaded at their entrances into the ocean; fifth, must...
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Journal of the United States Artillery, Volume 44

Artillery - 1915
...them to the navy of the country. 2. To deprive , an enemy of strong positions, where, protected by his naval superiority, he might fix permanent quarters...war, and keep the whole frontier in perpetual alarm. 3. To cover our great cities against attack. 4. To prevent as much as possible the great avenues of...
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Annual Report of the Secretary of War

United States. War Department - 1882
...important harbors agains an enemy, ami secure them to our military and commercial marine ; second, mus deprive an enemy of all strong positions where, protected by naval superiority, b might fix permanent quarters in our territory, maintain himself during the war, аш keep the whole...
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School Education, Volume 18, Issues 7-8

Education - 1899
...important ports and harbors against the enemy—secure them to our commercial marines. Second. Deprive the enemy of all strong positions, where, protected by...naval superiority, he might fix permanent quarters on our territory. Third. Cover great cities from attack. Fourth. Cover the coast-wise and interior...
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