Warship 2019 by John Jordan

Warship 2019 by John Jordan
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Overview: For over 40 years, Warship hasbeen the leading annual resource on the design, development, and deployment of the world’s combat ships. Featuring a broad range of articles from a select panel of distinguished international contributors, this latest volume combines original research, new book reviews, warship notes, an image gallery, and much more, maintaining the impressive standards of scholarship and research with which Warship has become synonymous.
In the 2019 edition of this celebrated title, articles include Hans Lengerer’s exploration of the genesis of the Six-Six Fleet, Michele Cosentino’s look at Project 1030, Italy’s attempt to create a torpedo-armed attack and ballistic missile submarines, and A D Baker III’s drawing feature on the USS Lebanon. Detailed and accurate information is the keynote of all the articles, which are fully supported by plans, data tables and stunning photographs.
Genre: Non-Fiction – History

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Wooden Warship Construction: A History in Ship Models


Wooden Warship Construction: A History in Ship Models
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Warship Pictorial 9 Yorktown Class Carriers by Steve Wiper

Warship Pictorial 9 Yorktown Class Carriers by Steve Wiper
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Overview: For those of you that are wanting to build the USS Yorktown, Enterprise, or Hornet, this "photo album" is for you, it is full of detailed photographs that trace the lives of the three ships through their prewar years to their demise. The photographs are high quality and arranged from prewar images to the last images of each ship. According to the author these books are commonly misconstrued as "being for modelers", when in fact, they are for anyone interested in a visual history of ships, or a particular ship.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History WWII Naval

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Warship Pictorial 4 USS Texas BB-35 by Steve Wiper

Warship Pictorial 4 USS Texas BB-35 by Steve Wiper
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Overview: The USS Texas was one of the oldest active Battleships to serve in World War 2. She was commissioned in time to serve in World War 1, and underwent many changes over the course of her career before finally being preserved in her namesake state of Texas. Steve Wiper has captured the story of her storied career in numerous photo’s drawings and plans in this fourth book of the Warship Pictorial series.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Warship Pictorial three USS Louisville CA-28 through Steve Wiper

Warship Pictorial three USS Louisville CA-28 through Steve Wiper
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Overview: The USS Louisville was once a member of the Northampton Class of Heavy Cruiser. She earned 13 combat stars for her carrier all the way through the conflict. She was once very energetic all the way through the conflict and prefer different prewar treaty cruisers noticed her look altered even though out the conflict. Steve Wiper has documented her profession from her development to her remaining adventure for scrapping.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Warship Pictorial 2 USS Minneapolis CA-36 through Steve Wiper

Warship PIctorial 2 USS Minneapolis CA-36 through Steve Wiper
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Overview: The USS Minneapolis used to be a member of the New Orleans Class of Heavy Cruiser. She earned 17 struggle stars for her provider all over the conflict. She used to be very energetic all over the conflict and this e book covers all of it. Photo protection could be very thorough, with nice pictures of her prewar days, together with her launching. Besides the photograph’s there’s a rundown of her profession from the date she used to be ordered to her scrapping. General Statistics are supplied as neatly.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History WWII Naval

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Warship Pictorial 1 USS Indianapolis CA-35 by means of Steve Wiper

Warship Pictorial 1 USS Indianapolis CA-35 by means of Steve Wiper
Requirements: .PDF reader, 17.9mb
Overview: Photographic historical past of the cruiser USS Indianapolis. The send that carried the A-bomb around the Pacific after which was once sunk with heavy lack of lifestyles.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History WWII Naval

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The Grand Fleet: Warship Design 1906-1922 by means of David Okay. Brown

The Grand Fleet: Warship Design and Development 1906-1922 by means of David Okay. Brown
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 11.1 MB
Overview: In this e book, the sequel to the extremely acclaimed Warrior to Dreadnought, famend warship writer D. Okay. Brown brings his wisdom and revel in as a warship fashion designer to the tale of the Royal Navy’s construction of World War I warships and the affect of that warfare on long term warship design. The release of HMS Dreadnought in 1906 ushered in one of the vital fast sessions of warship construction in historical past, and best ten years after this all-big-gun, turbine-powered battleship used to be finished, two whole fleets of Dreadnoughts would meet at Jutland and put the paintings of the prewar designers to without equal check.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Wooden Warship Construction through Brian Lavery

Wooden Warship Construction: A History in Ship Models through Brian Lavery
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 19.9 Mb
Overview: The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich homes the biggest number of scale send fashions on this planet, lots of that are authentic, recent artifacts made through the craftsmen of the Royal Navy or through the shipbuilders themselves. They vary from the mid-seventeenth-century to the current day and constitute a third-dimensional archive of distinctive significance and authority. Treated as ancient proof, those fashions be offering extra element than even probably the most detailed plans, and show precisely what the ships appeared like in some way that the best marine painter may just now not.This guide takes a number of the most efficient fashions from the start of the eighteenth century to the tip of picket shipbuilding to explain and show the improvement of warship development in all its complexity. For this goal, it reproduces numerous pictures, all in complete colour, and contains many close-up and element perspectives. These are captioned intensive, however many also are annotated to focal point consideration on attention-grabbing or abnormal options. Although pictorial in emphasis, the guide weaves the illustrations into an authoritative textual content, generating an abnormal and tasty type of technical historical past.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Nelson to Vanguard: Warship Design and Development, 1923-1945

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The Hybrid Warship

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