The Raid on Saint Francis, 1759: Engineer Ken Dunne
A military engineer’s position in the 18th century can be reduced down to two things, building and destroying forts. An engineer in the 18th century were mainly classically trained military engineers. They constructed forts, and if attacking forts, their job was to determine the most effective method of destroying the fort. They were also architects, since an engineer also designed the buildings inside the fort.
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