Ship recognition - Warships

£9.00
In stock
SKU
1034
Commander Ted Stokes, Royal Navy, has adopted a new approach to the subject and has modified the book considerably with the younger ship spotter particularly in mind. Moreover, in the decade since Laurence Dunns first edition of this invaluable little handbook was first published the navies of the world have altered perhaps more rapidly than at any other time in history. The battleship has completely disappeared and even the aircraft carrier may be on the way out, while the emphasis is more and more on missile ships and the nuclear submarine
Commander Ted Stokes, Royal Navy, has adopted a new approach to the subject and has modified the book considerably with the younger ship spotter particularly in mind. Moreover, in the decade since Laurence Dunns first edition of this invaluable little handbook was first published the navies of the world have altered perhaps more rapidly than at any other time in history. The battleship has completely disappeared and even the aircraft carrier may be on the way out, while the emphasis is more and more on missile ships and the nuclear submarine
More Information
Author Ted Stokes
Published 1965
Book Condition Dust jacket stained and torn, slight fox spotting to inside pages, however good reading copy.
Dimensions (cm) 19x12
Pages 135
Weight (g) 260.0000
Write Your Own Review
Only registered users can write reviews. Please Sign in or create an account
Copyright © 2018 P&P MaritmeBooks. All rights reserved.