Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships, 1906-1921, Volume 2
Naval Institute Press, 1985 - Transportation - 439 pages
This series contains complete listings of the world's combat ships from the first ironclad to the powerful battleships of World War II to the changes in the world's navies as a result of the collapse of the world's Warsaw Pact.
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