Signalmen of Rear Admiral John A. Dahlgren's flagship receiving a message from the Georgia shore. It was created between 1860 and 1865. The photo illustrates United States Naval Warfare in the Civil War.
American Civil War artillery: Battery of Parrott Guns Manned by Company C, 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery - Fort Brady, VA, 1864. The Parrot gun sported an iron barrel that was proved too brittle with the result of the breech often fracturing, with lethal consequences for the gun crew. Note the elaborate preparation of the gun position and the rows of the 10 lb elongated projectile made exclusively for the Parrott.
Here for your perusal is a collectible photograph of Broadway Landing, Appomattox River, Virginia. Park of artillery. It was created in 1865. The photograph illustrates United States weapons in Civil War.
US soldiers of the 10th Armoured and 45th Division, 7th US Army stand on the cannon of a captured German Rail Gun in Rentwertshausen, Germany. April 1945. The 274mm. Kanone (Eisenbahn) 592(f) was originally a French Schneider Modèle 1917 ALVF weapon captured by the Germans in 1940. It could fire a 237.5 kilogram projectile to a maximum range of 29,100 meters.