Virginia v The Monitor
Splashy battle of the iron clads
Iron clad in the civil war
The iron clad was a new ship in the civil war giving a new combat level at sea. The iron clad was a very hard ship to take down because the shots from cannon balls would fall off.
Designed by Jhon M. Brooke and Jhon L. Porter
Designed by some nerd that didnt want to keep swiming
Designed by John Ericsson
The battle between the C.S.S Virginia and the U.S.S Monitor
The C.S.S Virginia was originally The U.S.S Merrimack. The Merrimack was stolen by confederates and changed the name to The C.S.S Virginia. After this the U.S.S Monitor sailed out to remove the threat. Once the two ships meet there was a fight that continued for hours. Both ships sunk after the battle of James Peninsula The Virginia was ditched by condfederates and the Monitor sunk on bad wheather.
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