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Heritage Commission Book of the Week: Delaware’s Coastal Defenses

Delaware Heritage Commission | Delaware Public Archives | Date Posted: Monday, June 27, 2022


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Delaware’s Coastal Defenses, tells the stories of two of Delaware’s longest-standing coastal forts: Fort Saulsbury, built during the Second World War and used as a prisoner-of-war camp, and Fort Miles, a location that has played a role in our state’s defense since the Revolutionary War, and the men who served and defended our shores.
– by C. W. Warrington

 

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Heritage Commission Book of the Week: Delaware’s Coastal Defenses

Delaware Heritage Commission | Delaware Public Archives | Date Posted: Monday, June 27, 2022


Image of Delawares Coastal Defenses Book Cover

Delaware’s Coastal Defenses, tells the stories of two of Delaware’s longest-standing coastal forts: Fort Saulsbury, built during the Second World War and used as a prisoner-of-war camp, and Fort Miles, a location that has played a role in our state’s defense since the Revolutionary War, and the men who served and defended our shores.
– by C. W. Warrington

 

You can view and/or download a PDF version of this book here.

 

 

Find out more about the Delaware Heritage Commission here.

Delaware Heritage Commission Logo

 

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