Storming the Fortress of Moro, Cuba - Illustration

18th Century, 18th Century Style, Activity, Antique, Armed Forces

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Stock illustration ID:183423250
Upload date:October 03, 2013

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Vintage engraving from 1861 showing British troops storming Morro Castle a fortress guarding the entrance to Havana bay in Havana, Cuba during the Year Years War. In 1762 British expedition against Cuba when Lord Albemarle landed in Cojimar to the east of Havana, and attacked the fortress defended by Luis Vicente de Velasco e Isla from its landward side. It fell because the British successfully mined one of its bastions, so when they handed the island back in 1763 to Spain, the fortress at La Cabaña was built to prevent this from happening again.
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