6 edition of First Destroyers (Shipshape) found in the catalog.
by Caxton Editions
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
For two decades Norman Friedman's account of the development of American destroyers has been a standard reference. The revised edition includes the two eventful decades of designs since the Spruance and Perry classes. The design evolution of the Arleigh Burke class, which has become the standard U.S. surface combatant, is described in detail for the first time, based on official sources. Destroyer (Series) Book Warren Murphy Author Richard Sapir Author () Failing Marks Destroyer (Series) Book Warren Murphy Author Richard Sapir Author () Misfortune Teller Destroyer (Series) Book Warren Murphy Author Richard Sapir Author () The Final Reel.
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Admiralty documents and plans are used to reveal the history and development of these vessels. Plenty of photos, diagrams and descriptions enhance an excellent coverage."Midwest Book Review.
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During the late Victorian era one. For two decades Norman Friedman's account of the development of American destroyers has been a standard reference.
The revised edition includes the two eventful decades of designs since the Spruance and Perry classes. The design evolution of the Arleigh Burke class, which has become the standard U.S. surface combatant, is described in detail for the first time, based on official sources/5(2).
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After the outbreak of the First World War, a priority for the Royal Navy was to secure the approaches to the English Channel, to prevent elements of the German High Seas Fleet from breaking out into the Atlantic, or from interfering with British maritime trade and convoys to the continent.