JANE'S FIGHTING SHIPS 1898 - A REPRINT

By: Jane, Fred

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Arco Publishing, NewYork 1969. This facsimile of the original first annual edition in 1898 with hand drawn line drawings of the ship's profiles. Includes one thousand vessels from the most powerful navies of the world. This book is a one-volume encyclopaedia of period. Includes photographs, line drawings, and data tables, providing the reader with instant data on the great fleets that clashed at sea. An interesting comparison with the great fleets of Great Britain, Germany, USA, Japan, France, Italy, Russia, many other smaller countries. Green cloth covered end boards. Some minor foxing to preliminary pages. Original photograph pasted to front of end board. Good condition. 320 mm x 215 mm. 186pp.

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