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
Shipcraft 17 - 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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