Demolishing Castles Once Parliament Came to Fruition in England, the Near Destruction of Windsor Castle, and 19th Century Martello Towers

Once parliament had come to power in England, castles were torn down by both demolition and by teams of masons so that material could be recycled. It was often as difficult to tear down a castle as it was to erect it in the first place. Windsor Castle was set to be demolished but was saved by a single vote whilst going through the necessary requirements on the floor of parliament prior to demolition. Due to Napoleon Bonaparte dominating the European continent during the early 19th century, the B...

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