How British yards got past Mason-Dixon line
THE American Civil War was a time of divided loyalties on both sides of the Atlantic. Between 1861 and 1865 the Southern Confederacy found allies in England prepared to help build ships that would ravage the merchant shipping of the Unionist North.
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