Amoy's forts

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Re: Amoy's forts

Post by forttravel » 26 May 2016 22:31

Japanese and Chinese plans shows all existing batteries/forts and its armament: Panshi, Baishi, Hulishan and Yuziwei.
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Re: Amoy's forts

Post by forttravel » 03 Feb 2017 18:57

One more Japanese file showing forts plans and its guns fire directions.
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Re: Amoy's forts

Post by forttravel » 08 Feb 2017 20:31

One more piture from Xiamen, but unknown location. One from dismantled forts?
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And Hulishan blurry picture but both guns in casamates visible!
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Re: Amoy's forts

Post by forttravel » 17 Feb 2017 20:16

New picture of Panshi fort with both guns visible and a plan of it.
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Re: Amoy's forts

Post by YC Chen » 25 Feb 2017 13:35

forttravel wrote:One more Japanese file showing forts plans and its guns fire directions.
Hello,

This Japanese plan is quite interesting. Could you post the source please?

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Re: Amoy's forts

Post by forttravel » 25 Feb 2017 20:09

YC Chen wrote: Hello,
This Japanese plan is quite interesting. Could you post the source please?
Please see here: http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_a517efe60102vzq5.html
Are you able to find that whole Xiamen map?
This plan is really good I would say the best one, we can see observation post between emplacxements.
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