MERCHANT SHIPS: BRITISH BUILT 1952

By: Stewart, Colin Captain

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MERCHANT SHIPS: BRITISH BUILT 1952 by Stewart, Colin Captain - Compiler
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Adlard Coles Ltd. Southampton, in association with George Harrap and Co., Ltd.1953. A compilation listing of ships built during the year - 1952. This volume covers many aspects during the period: The steel shortage, production 1952, types of ships, types of cargo, equipment and auxilliaries, propulsion, trends, atomic propulsion, steam reciprocating engines, diesal engines, developments. Notes on tonnage nad dimensions, photographs and plans of the new builds, shipbuilding statistics, the second hand ship market, casualties, tonnages world wide. Shelf worn covers. Blue cloth covered end boards. 232 pp. 225 x 150 mm.

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