The American Civil War: Scene At Fort Moultrie During The Bombardment Of Charleston, 6 June, 1863.
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The American Civil War: Scene At Fort Moultrie During The Bombardment Of Charleston, 6 June, 1863. The American Civil War: Scene At Fort Moultrie During The Bombardment Of Charleston, 6 June, 1863. One of the most gallant feats in the bombardment of Fort Charleston. The action was at its height when a ball cut the flagstaff in two just above the traverse; and as it fell it struck a poor fellow on the back of the head, killing him on the spot. The quartermaster of the battalion in the fort immediately sprang forward, and seizing the fallen flag tore it from its hold and leapt on to the traverse, where he stood under the heavy fire immovable, until a jurymast was rigged and raised in the place of the shattered staff. The soldiers in the foreground are removing the broken staff from the body of the poor fellow, who lies beneath it, and who was the only man killed by the Federal fire.、クレジット:Album/quintlox/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。表紙、広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用はお問合せください。クレジットは必ず表記してください。 「ALBUM」「映画」「歴史」

タグ 1863 19TH CENTURY ENGRAVING HISTORY 6 JUNE AMERICA AMERICAN CIVIL WAR THE AMERICANA AMERICAS BOMBARDEMENT BOMBARDMENT BOMBER BOMBING CANNONS CHARLESTON ENGRAVED ENGRAVINGS ETCHING FATALITY FLAG FORT MOULTRIE HUNDRED YEARS PEOPLE'S ARMY SOLDIER PRINT SOLDIERS SOLIDER TROOPS UNITED STATES WARRIOR WARRIORS

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