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Название: The Naval Cutter Alert 1777 Автор(ы): Peter Goodwin Издательство: Phoenix Publications, Inc. Серия: Anatomy of the Ship Год: 1991 ISBN: 0-9615021- 8-5 Страниц: 182 Язык: English Формат: PDF OCR Размер: 53 MB
The Anatomy of the Ship series provides documentation of individual ships and ship types, accompanied by line drawings with descriptive keys, technical details and a record of the ship's service history. The Alert, constructed in Dover in 1777, was captured by the French in 1778.
The Cruiser Bartolomeo Colleoni (Anatomy of the Ship)
Bartolomeo Colleoni was an Italian Giussano-class light cruiser, that served in the Regia Marina during World War II. It was named after Bartolomeo Colleoni, an Italian military leader of the 15th century. She was sunk at the Battle of Cape Spada
The Cruiser HMS Belfast (Anatomy of the Ship)
HMS Belfast was the largest British cruiser of the Second World War and saw distinguished service throughout the conflict, including playing a major part in the destruction of the German battlecruiser Scharnhorst. Today she is preserved as an
The Battleship Warsprite (Anatomy of the Ship)
"The Anatomy of the Ship" series provides documentation of individual ships and ship types. The books are illustrated with line drawings, both the conventional type of plan as well as explantory views, with fully descriptive keys. These are
The Battleship Dreadnought (Anatomy of the Ship)
Launched in 1906, HMS Dreadnought revolutionized battleship design. As the first “all-big-gun” battleship, she had superior firepower and speed to anything then afloat, with up-to-the-minute technology. This entry in the Anatomy of the Ship series
The Battleship Fuso (Anatomy of the Ship)
One of the Conway "Anatomy" series, this is a study of the 1914 Japanese super-dreadnought battleship "Fuso", accompanied by technical details and career notes. By the author and illustrator of "Yamato" and "Takao".
The 44-Gun Frigate USS Constitution (Anatomy of the Ship)
The Constitution was one of the US Navy's first six original frigates, ordered as a counter to the Barbary corsairs in the Mediterranean. Fast and heavily built, she was nominally rated as a 44 but mounted thirty 24-pdr and twenty-two 12-pdr cannon.
The Bomb Vessel Granado 1742 (Anatomy of the Ship)
The aim of this series is to provide the finest documentation of individual ships ever produced through illustrations offering enthusiasts a novel insight into ship design and construction. Each volume includes a service and design history and a
The 74-gun Ship Bellona 1760 (Anatomy of the Ship)
The '74' was the classic line-of-battle ship of the late eighteenth century, and Bellona was one of the most important and long lived. Launched in 1760 during the Seven Years War, she belonged to the first truly successful class of British 74-gun
The 24-gun Frigate Pandora 1778 (Anatomy of the Ship)
The Pandora was a 24-gun Sixth Rate built at Deptford in 1779. The 20- and 24-gun classes were the smallest regularly commanded by a Post Captain and they were consequently known as post ships; they were also the smallest frigate-built ships on the
Famous Ships of World War 2 [Arco Colour Series]
The variety of ships featured are representative of the many types of classes of ship involved in WW2. The first part illlustrates in colour 71 different ships accompanied by brief details of the vessel concerned, and importantly, many of the