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German armored train parked
"... Slowly, the trains and their advantages became obvious to the military. Instead of having them move troops from place to place, however, strategists and engineers begun to devise ways to strike back at the enemy while on the move. The first modern day use of an armored train took place in Baltimore, where such a train was sent out to patrol and fight saboteurs. A more offensive role to the trains will be given by General Robert E. Lee, who asked for a gun to..." Continue Reading →
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