THE ENGINE POWERED VESSEL FROM PADDLE-WHEELER TO NUCLEAR SHIP

By: Baker, W.A. and Tre

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THE ENGINE POWERED VESSEL FROM PADDLE-WHEELER TO NUCLEAR SHIP by Baker, W.A. and Tre Tryckare
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Crescent Books a division of Crown Publishers, Inc New York, N.Y. 1972. 1st Edition. In tracing the development of ships and of greater efficiency in the use of energy by these vessels, this beautiful volume - the first of its kind - is remarkably detailed and yet sweeping in the largeness of its historic scope. Using 98 ships to demonstrate the key steps which led to a revolution in marine transportation. The Engine Powered Vessel unfolds a fascinating and little known period that changed the course of history. Great artistic as well as infinite technical pains have been devoted to the 225 illustrations and detailed drawings, with 50 of these in four to six colours and 175 in black, brown or grey. Nicked and repaired dust jacket over red cloth covered end boards. Good condition. 268pp. 255 x 270 mm.

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