The World, Portsmouth & the 22nd Coast Artillery

The War Years, 1938-1948

Jack P. Wysong

The towers, forts and bunkers studding Portsmouth Harbor in New England are concrete reminders of American fears during World War II that the Axis powers might attempt an invasion. Jack Wysong was just a kid when every little town along the Atlantic Coast was buzzing with military presence. His childhood memories compelled him to investigate these fortifications and the communities they were built in.

112 pages, paperback, 8.5 x 11
ISBN 978-1-57510-030-2

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