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Series: Warship Profile

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Warship Profile 1: HMS Dreadnought, Battleship 1906-1920 by John Wingate1
HMS Cossack. Tribal Class Destroyer. Warship Profile Series No. 2. by David Lyon2
Warship Profile 3: USS Hornet (CV-8) Aircraft Carrier by William H. Cracknell3
Profile Warship 4 KM Admiral Graf Spee. Pocket Battleship 1932 - 1939 by Gerhard Bidlingmaier4
Warship Profile 5 HMS Campbeltown (USS Buchanan)/Flush Deck Destroyer (`4-stacker`) 1918 - 1942 by John Wingate5
Warship Profile 6: KM Prinz Eugen, German Heavy Cruiser 1938-1947 by D. Paul Schmalenbach6
Warship Profile 7: HM MTB Vosper 70 ft (British Motor Torpedo Boats) by David Cobb7
Warship Profile 8: Kriegsmarine U-107 (German Submarine) by Jurgen Rohwer8
USS Charles Ausburne, Fletcher Class Destroyer 1942-1967 by William H. Cracknell9
Warship Profile 10: HMS Illustrious, Royal Navy Aircraft Carrier 1939-1956 (Technical History) by David Lyon10
Warship Profile 11: HMS Illustrious, Royal Navy Aircraft Carrier 1939-1956 (Operational History) by David Brown11
Warship Profile 12: IJN Kongo, Japanese Battleship 1912-1944 by Masataka Chihaya12
Warship Profile 13 HMS Exeter/Heavy Cruiser 1929 - 1941 by Randall A.R. Tonks13
Warship Profile 14: SMS Seydlitz, Grosser Kreuzer 1913-1919 by F. Ruge14
USS Enterprise (CVAN-65) Nuclear Attack Carrier by William H. Cracknell15
Warship Profile 16: HMS Upholder, Royal Navy Submarine by M. L. C. Crawford16
Warship Profile 17: RN Zara, Italian Heavy Cruiser 1929-1941 by Aldo Fraccaroli17
Warship Profile 18: KM Bismarck, German Battleship by Paul Schmalenbach18
HMS Hood Battle-cruiser 1916-1941. Warship Profile Series No. 19. by R. G. Robertson19
HMS Hesperus: Ex-Brazilian “H”-Class Destroyer by Peter Dickens20
Warship Profile 21: USS Tennessee (BB 43), Battleship 1920-1959 by William H. Cracknell21
Warship Profile 22: IJN Yukikaze, Japanese Navy Destroyer 1939-1970 by Masataka Chihaya22
Warship Profile 23 HMS Furious/Aircraft Carrier 1917 - 1948 Part 1: The First Eight Years by C.A. Jenkins23
Warship Profile 24 HMS Furious/Aircraft Carrier 1917 - 1948 Part II: 1925 - 1948 by C.A. Jenkins24
Warship Profile 25: SMS Emden, Small Protected Cruiser 1906-1914 by Friedrich Forstmeier25
Rubis, Free French Submarine by H. L. G. Rousselot26
Warship Profile 27: SM Torpedo Boat B110 by F. Ruge27
Warship Profile 28: USS Indianapolis (CA 35) Heavy Cruiser, 1932-1945 by William H. Cracknell28
Warship Profile 29: HMS Belfast, Edinburgh Class Cruiser 1939-1971 by John Wingate29
IJN Yamato And Musashi Battleships by Masataka Chihaya30
Warship Profile 31 German Schnellboote (E-Boats) by G. Hummelchen31
Warship Profile 32: HMS Cavalier and the CA class Destroyers by Antony Preston32
Warship Profile 33: Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, German Battlecruisers by Paul Schmalenbach33
Warship Profile 34: USS Barb (SS 220) Gato class Submarine by William H. Cracknell34
Warship Profile 35: HMS Eagle, Royal Navy Aircraft Carrier by David Brown35
Warship Profile 36: United States Navy Monitors of the Civil War by William H. Cracknell36
Warship Profile 37: SMS Konig class Battleships by Tobias R. Philbin37
Warship Profile 38: Abdiel Class Fast Minelayers by Tom Burton38
Warship Profile 39: USS Mississippi (BB 23), Greek Kilkis by Karl Lautenschlager39
Warship Profile 40: Her Netherlands Majesty's Ship De Ruyter by F. C. van Oosten40

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