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American Battleships: A Pictorial History of BB-1 to BB71 With Prototypes Maine & Texas


Retail Price: $9.95


By: Max R. Newhart


8.5 x 11, SB, 110 pages, over 200 photographs and images.
American Battleships: A Pictorial History of BB-1 to BB71 With Prototypes Maine & Texas

The modern battleship can trace its ancestry back to the ironclads with their steam drives, turreted guns and armored hulls. These beginnings are with the Unionís USS Monitor and the Confederateís CSS Virginia (Merrimac) of the American Civil War. While there is an 8-volume set (the Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships), this book is condensed in history, construction and technical information and material. The book contains photographs and some diagrams, along with many details of each shipís original commission and any upgrades and refits.


American Battleships: A Pictorial History of BB-1 to BB71 With Prototypes Maine & Texas

ISBN Number: 9781575100043

Item Number: 2076


 
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