Men, ships, and the sea

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National Geographic Society, 1962 - Transportation - 436 pages
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A well-illustrated book tracing the development of ships,and historic battles fought at sea.

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Review: Men, Ships, and the Sea,

User Review  - Ami_Ven - Goodreads

A great (circa 1961 vintage) look at the history of humans and boats. I really liked that it was written, in various parts, by actual sailors, which made it seem more real to me. Read full review

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User Review  - Michael - Goodreads

I got my copy of this book from my Grand Father who let me pour over it - as I began the process of learning my entire world history, by means of my fascination with the Sailing Ship. Read full review


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Athenians beat Xerxes at Salamis

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