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Ian Allan Ltd. 1984. London. The traffic of navy materials, fuel and produce is essential to the economies of Western states, especially in Europe. It is no surprise then that the naval forces of the West are equipped to protect their lines of communication, trade and reinforcement, and safeguard offshore installations and the integrity of their territorial waters. They need to be, two world wars have shown the importance of this protection especially against a submarine menace which can inflict damage out of all proportion to its size. Navies of the West examines the vessels that comprise the fleets of Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, West Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States of America. Informed and informative, it provides not just a concise reference but also a guide to the strengths and weaknesses of Western warship design. Fine condition. Illustrated dust jacket over black cloth covered end boards. 192pp. 240 x 175 mm.