Battle at Sea: 3000 years of naval warfare

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Dorling Kindersley Limited, May 3, 2010 - History - 360 pages
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A visual journey through 3,000 years of naval warfare

From the clash of galleys in Ancient Greece to deadly encounters between nuclear-powered submarines in the 20th century, explore every aspect of the story of naval warfare on, under and above the sea.

Visit every major naval conflict in time through detailed vital statistics of the combatants and outcomes. Examine the changing face of life aboard a vessel, from punishment and discipline to food and recreation. Take a look at crews and their roles through the ages exploring hierarchies and organisation.

Packed with photographs, maps, 3D battle plans and eyewitness accounts this is the ultimate guide to the evolution of naval conflict.

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User Review  - Alexander - Goodreads

I really loved this book. When I was about 8, I found this book in a library. I really loved it and asked for it as a birthday present. This book tells about all of the Naval battles from Greece to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jacob Cummings - Goodreads

the book has a large and important collection of navel battle and navel ships and weapons that are on them. if you are very much into the military or navy i highly suggest you read some of this book ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

R.G Grant is a history writer who has published more than 20 books, many of them dealing with aspects of military conflict. He has written on the American Revolution, World War I and World War II, and is the author of DK's Battle, Soldier and Flight: 100 Years of Aviation.

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