Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships, 1922-1946

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Naval Institute Press, 1980 - History - 456 pages
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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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Conway's "Fighting Ships 1860-1905" is a book that covers the slow steady march towards the ironclads and steel warhorses of the 20th Century. From the old galleons, frigates, and cruisers of the 19th ... Read full review

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GREAT BRITAIN including Empire Forces
7
Cruisers
26
Escort destroyers
45
Frigates
58
Amphibious warfare ships
72
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
86
Aircraft carriers
100
Destroyers
124
Submarines
141
PT boats
154
JAPAN
167
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