Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Europe” in chapter 33 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:
There was great excitement as well
as profit to the hardy Britons who engaged in this trade.
In some respects the Confederates had advantages superior to our own. The markets of Europe were glutted with rifled guns and engines, and almost all the blockade-runners carried rifled field-guns for the Confederates, while the conservative Army and Navy Departments of the North felt it du...
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