Roll, Alabama: The Story of a Confederate Raider

Frank J. Merli March 06, 2020

Roll, Alabama: The Story of a Confederate Raider Frank J. Merli 30 illustrations 6 x 9 The Confederacy, hampered by the Federal blockade and with precious little seagoing tradition of its own, still managed to launch submarines, ironclads, and raiders that terrorized the Union fleet The CSS Alabama, one of the most famous ships in American history, was a merchant raider which in her two year duty sank sixty four Union vess30 illustrations 6 x 9 The Confederacy, hampered by the Federal blockade and with precious little seagoing tradition of its own, still managed to launch submarines, ironclads, and raiders that terrorized the Union fleet The CSS Alabama, one of the most famous ships in American history, was a merchant raider which in her two year duty sank sixty four Union vessels and drove countless others from the seas From her controversial launching in England, through her Civil War career and her sinking off the coast of France, the Alabama made world headlines This volume contains essays on all aspects of the CSS Alabama by noted Naval and diplomatic historians, as well as underwater photographs of the wreck and modern recovery efforts.

Roll, Alabama: The Story of a Confederate Raider Frank J. Merli

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