The First Submarine of the Civil War
powered submarine takes on the largest ship in the Union Fleet --
By Capt. William T.
From the Memoirs of
William T. Glassel
A First Person Account of America's History --
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Original Memoir on the taking of the USS Ironsides in 1863
The siege of Charleston is at hand and
there is but one man who can stop it: Lt. William T. Glassell. A
former decorated Union Naval officer, he joined the Confederacy,
and stopped the siege of Charleston using the steam powered
submarine – the CSS David.
The CSS David on Tradd Street in Charleston
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A Confederate Naval Officer in prison
writes his memoirs of a steam-powered submarine he used to take
revenge on Union ships.
The CSS David
The First Submarine
Of the Civil War
By William T.
5½ x 8½ Softcover
32 Pages - 6 Illustrations
-- 1st Submarine of the Civil War --
Based upon a first person account
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