Heritage, Volume 10, Number 1, Winter 1992 Page: 21
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Pictured above is a plan of Fort San Jacinto, July 1942 (U.S. Engineer Office, Galveston, Texas 1942d). World War II represented the era of most intense development
at Fort San Jacinto. In 1942, Battery 23 5 was under construction and the fort's earlier four batteries still stood, although most of them were considered to be obsolete.
Numerous support structures were in place; most were demolished after 1950.
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