The Battleship Dreadnought

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Naval Institute Press, 1992 - History - 256 pages
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This popular ship-design series is praised for its superb drawings and comprehensive text. Each book contains over 200 keyed line drawings as well as full descriptions of their design, construction, general arrangement, hull structure, operational history, and much moore. Numerous close-up and on-board photographs help to rekindle memories of these ships' exciting pasts.

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An excellent gathering of the builder's drawings of the "Dreadnought" with the text quite competent. If I wanted one book about THE Dreadnought, without much context of the world it was built in, this would be it. Read full review

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The most detailed examination of a single ship I've ever seen. Hundreds of great scaled plans and drawings including the ship's inner framework and structure, boilers and machinery, crew ... Read full review

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7S70x Contents
6
Notes
36
The Draioings
70
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J. W. Roberts is the former Head of Classics at Eton College. He is the author of City of Sokrates (Routledge, 1998), a founder member of the JACT Ancient History Committee, and General Editor of the LACTOR series of translated sources for Greek and Roman history.

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