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FORT MARLBOROUGH: GRANDIOSE GARRISON OF BRITISH EAST INDIA COMPANY Part II

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By Mr. Mahandis Yoanata

THE ARCHITECTURE OF FORT MARLBOROUGH
Fortification is a defensive military work constructed for the purpose of strengthening a position


Facade of Tenaile: Entrance Port of Fort Marlborough


Inside: Entrance Port of Fort Marlborough
See the Welsh Vault above, a compound vault having a central vault intersected by vault of lower pitch (underpitch vault)



The Prison Chamber


Ventilation in Prison Chamber


Vertical Pivoting Door in Prison Chamber


A Passage into Casemate
Casemate is a vault or chamber in a rampart, having embrasures for artillery.


Inside the Casemate Tunnel (Artillery Stockroom)
(North-west Bastion)


Entrance of Military Barrack


Inside of Military Barrack


Tile: “Stoom-Pannen | Fabriek van Echt | P2 11/2 | 1884”


Moat and Bridge of Fort Malborough (1926)
Source: Tropenmuseum


A View from Demilune (1930)
Source: KITLV



Moat and Bridge of Fort Malborough (2009)


A View from Demilune (2009)

Content:
  • Part I : On Mission at link
  • Part II : The Architecture of Fort Marlborough at link
  • Part III : Who is first Duke of Marlborough at link
  • Part IV : The history East India Company (EIC) and first fleet into Bencoolen at link
  • Part V : The soldier of British East India Company at link
  • Part VI : The first garrison : Remnants of Fort York at link
  • Part VII : The second garrison : Chronicles of Fort Marlborough at link
  • Part VIII : The Bencoolen Administrator 1685 – 1825 at link
  • Part IX : Anglo - Dutch treaty and the terminated colony at link
  • Part X : References at link
  • Part XI : Gallery Photo Fort Marlborough at link


Credit :

MY ODYSSEY (Personal site mr. Mahandis Yoanata)
to allow publish at http://rejang-lebong.blogspot.com
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