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Warship 2001-2002

Antony Preston (Editor)

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ISBN 10: 0851779018 / ISBN 13: 9780851779010
Editorial: Conway Maritime Press, London, 2001
Condición: Fine Encuadernación de tapa dura
Librería: Westwood Books (Cramlington, Reino Unido)

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Conway, Maritime Press, London, 2001. Hard Cover. Book Condition : Fine, like new, appears unread. A very fine copy. Mild shelf wear. Heavy book will require extra poatage. Book will be sent by UK postal service. Bookseller Inventory #005350. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. N° de ref. de la librería 005350

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Título: Warship 2001-2002

Editorial: Conway Maritime Press, London

Año de publicación: 2001

Encuadernación: Hard Cover

Ilustrador: N/A

Condición del libro:Fine

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Near Fine

Ejemplar firmado: N/A

Edición: 2001.

Tipo de libro: Hard Back

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Original, historical articles based on primary research. Continuing 'Warship Gallery' featuring unusual photographs from the Conway archives. Warship 2001-2002 will be the latest volume of this now well-established publication, and will contain the usual diverse range of major feature articles devoted to the design, development and service history of the world's fighting ships. This issue contains the second part of David Topliss and Chris Ware's examination of the Royal Navy's First Class Cruisers. Following on from his study of the Nile and Trafalgar Keith McBride assesses the 'Wobbly Eight' battleships of the King Edward VII class. George Moore provides a history of the Ships Names Committee while Dan Harris continues his series looking at the development of Swedish coastal defence vessels, this time concentrating on the Torpedo Cruisers. Peter Brook examines the Battle of Santiago, July 3rd 1898, which signalled the end of Spanish naval power in the Americas. Colin Jones widens the scope of his contribution to last year's Warship, The Navy of Victoria, Australia, by analysing the other Australian navies in the Victorian period. John Jordan continues his series on French warship design by examining the cruiser Algerie. Finally D K Brown examines the dawn of British anti-submarine warfare in the First World War. The section at the end of the main feature articles, entitled 'Warship Notes', is devoted to the fascinating backwaters of warship history, whilst the 'Naval Year in Review' is a summary of the important events and developments that have taken place in the preceding year. 'Reviews' includes coverage of all the significant books, websites and videos on naval history to have appeared in the previous year and represents one of the few places where such a comprehensive service can be found


"This first-class compendium of articles on the world's warships has something of interest for virtually every reader." -- Sea Power, Norman Polmar, January 2003

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