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Series: Shipcraft

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Shipcraft 1 - German Pocket Battleships by Roger Chesneau1
Shipcraft 2 - King George V Class Battleships by Roger Chesneau2
Yorktown Class Aircraft Carriers: 3 (Shipcraft) by Roger Chesneau3
Shipcraft 4 - Type VII U-Boats by Roger Chesneau4
Shipcraft 5 - Japanese Heavy Cruisers, Myoko and Takao classes by Steve Backer5
Shipcraft 6 - German S-boats by Steve Wiper6
Shipcraft 7 - British Battlecruisers of the Second World War by Steve Backer7
Shipcraft 8 - Fletcher Class Destroyers by Lester Abbey8
Shipcraft 9 - Kongo Class Battlecruisers by Steve Wiper9
Shipcraft 10 - Bismarck & Tirpitz by Steve Backer10
Shipcraft 11 - British Destroyers A-1 and Tribal Classes by Les Brown11
Shipcraft 12 - Essex Class Aircraft Carriers of the Second World War by Steve Backer12
Shipcraft 13: New Orleans Class Cruisers by Abbey Lester13
Shipcraft 14: Yamato Class Battleships by Steve Wiper14
Queen Elizabeth Class Battleships (ShipCraft) by Les Brown15
Admiral Hipper Class Cruisers (ShipCraft) by Steve Backer16
IOWA class battleships by Lester Abbey17
Titanic (Shipcraft 18) by Peter Davies-Garner18
County class cruisers by Les Brown19
Scharnhorst and Gneisenau (Shipcraft 20) by Steve Backer20
ShipCraft 21: British Destroyers: J-C and Battle Classes by Les Brown21
German Battlecruisers of the First World War (ShipCraft Series) by Robert Brown22
ShipCraft 23: Rodney and Nelson by Les Brown23
ShipCraft 24: Japanese Battleships: Fuso & Ise Classes by Robert Brown24

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