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CONWAY'S All the World's Fighting Ships 1906-1921

CONWAY'S All the World's Fighting Ships 1906-1921

1-220742

Second in a series of four books which, as the title suggests, lists all the worlds fighting ships built during the years noted. After a brief foreword and an explanation of abbreviations used, the navies of the world are listed by country in order of their size and importance at the beginning of the period in question. Each country's ships are then displayed by 'class' commencing with the largest capital ships and progressing all the way down to the smallest torpedo boats (or whatever) with the oldest vessels mentioned first.

For each class, there is one or more of those profile line drawings which have become Conway's trademark. These are followed by all the usual technical details such as; Displacement, dimensions, machinery, armor, armament, and complement followed by the names of each ship within that class - it's builder, date laid down, date completed and fate. These are accompanied by text outlining the political intrigue of the day, variations between vessels, refits, new equipment, whatever defects or other problems beset either the class or a specific ship and a short history and fate of each ship.

1 vol, 454 pgs 1980 UK, CONWAY MARITIME PRESS
V. GOOD-dj ; only 1 copy available ... first come first served ......$58.00 rct

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